Super Talent unveils low profile DDR4 memory

Super Talent unveils low profile DDR4 memory

The US memory manufacturer Super Talent has officially unveiled new very low profile DDR4 memory modules that support ECC technology and run at 2133 MHz. The new memory also sports the UDIMM form factor and comes with 4 GB of capacity.

The new memory is designed for PC cases where space is limited and there’s a need for low profile memory. In addition the new memory helps protect the environment since it needs fewer raw materials to make and there’s less waste after the production process. Super Talent’s new low profile memory needs just 1.2V like any other DDR4 memory so this results in less heat produced and meets all JEDEC requirements for DDR4 memory.

No word on pricing so if you are interested check with your local Super Talent representative.

Source: Super Talent

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