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Apacer launches new modules of DDR4 memory with different speeds

Apacer launches new modules of DDR4 memory with different speeds

February 9, 2015 2:17 am0 comments

Apacer makes a bet for the new DDR4 memories, destined to become the next RAM standard for most PC’s in the market (although it’s currently exclusive of the X99 platform).

In this occasion, they present us their BLADE memories with a full range of speeds, with models of 3000 MHz as top-of-range and 2.400 MHz for the more modest. We’ll also find 2666, 2800, 3000 and 3200 MHz for those who want to adjust the prices of their configurations.

Latencies are CL16 in most cases, except in 2.800 MHz models that increase lightly to CL17. Precisely, this is the maximum in which it is possible to operate with a voltage of 1.2, everything above this speed requires 1.35v.

As for capacity, 4 module kits will be sold, with either 4 GB or 8 GB per module, which gives us kits with 16 and 32 GB.

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