G.Skill Builds Speedy 16 GB DDR3L Laptop Memory Kit

While G.Skill has already released an 8 GB DDR3L 2133 MHz SO-DIMM memory kit, it is now expanding its arsenal with a 16 GB kit of low-voltage speedy and small memory.

The laptop memory runs at a voltage of just 1.35 V, and is still able to pull off a frequency of 2133 MHz, which is quite an achievement. Timings are set at 11-11-11-31. The kit comes with two DIMMs, each 8 GB in capacity.

G.Skill has demonstrated with a screenshot that the kits are also very stable and offer excellent performance. It can be seen that the memory was tested in a Gigabyte BRIX Pro machine, which carries the Intel Core i7-4770R processor, making the kit ideal for small form factor computers.

No word on pricing or availability just yet.

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  • AJSB
    At this developing rate, wonder if we need DDR4...
  • UVB076
    At this developing rate, wonder if we need DDR4...
    Increased memory speeds don't even give that much performance. DDR4s main benefit is lower voltage.
  • K2N hater
    Bet some gamer is going to say there's no use for that much RAM.