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G.Skill First to Have High Speed SO-DIMMs Advanced Tested on Intel NUC Platform

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    CMTL, Computer Memory Test Labs, the industry's leading independent memory compatibility and functionality testing lab announced today that G.Skill's 4 GB and 8 GB 1866MHz DDR3L (low voltage, 1.35v) SO-DIMMs have received Advanced Tested certification on the Intel NUC D53427RKE platform with i5 Ivy Bridge processor.

    CMTL's President, John Deters stated, "Having high speed G.Skill SO-DIMMs Advanced Tested on the D53427RKE platform is great news for the Intel NUC customer base. The Intel NUC form factor platform is really catching on in the industry based on the number of test requests we are receiving. The NUC D53427RKE with G.Skill's 1866 MHz speed SO-DIMM provides a high performance system solution in a small compact form factor."

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    G.Skill's Marketing Specialist, Frank Hung stated, "We are dedicated to develop the fastest RAM possible for new platforms and to deliver an outstanding computing experience. It's been a great pleasure to cooperate with CMTL labs to validate our high performance memory kits on the Intel NUC platform."
     
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    Whoopee Doo. This and $5 will get ya a $1 cup of coffee. Geesh with the G.Skill press releases...
     
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    just waiting for the day, where we Unify Desktop Dimms with laptop Dimms, in the PC and laptops.
     

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