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G.Skill, one of the world’s most known suppliers of high-end memory modules, has unveiled its new enthusiast-class memory kits designed for laptops with high performance. The new Ripjaws DDR3L memory modules combine rather high 2GHz frequency with moderate power consumption, just what the doctor ordered for new laptops, all-in-ones and other small form-factor systems designed for gamers.

The new Ripjaws SO-DIMM series 4GB DDR3L memory modules are designed to operate at up to a staggering 2133MHz effective clock-rate with CL11 11-11-36-1T latency settings at a low voltage of 1.35V. The new memory sticks are available in 4GB*2 kits. Thanks to standard voltages, the Ripjaws DDR3L modules will not consume more than standard SO-DIMMs, but will provide dramatically better performance than 1333MHz – 1600MHz memory.

G.Skill’s high-end Ripjaws SO-DIMM series 4GB DDR3L memory modules are compatible with all DDR3L SO-DIMM platforms, but were designed primarily for Intel Core i-series 4000-family “Haswell” microprocessors in mind. The systems – including advanced notebooks, all-in-one PCs and small form-factor PCs [such as Intel NUC] – will detect the rated memory speed automatically without extra BIOS tweaks.

Pricing of G.Skill F3-2133C11D-8GRSL kit is unknown.

 

Tags: G.Skill, DDR3, DDR3L, SO-DIMM, Ripjaws

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