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G.SKILL Announces DDR3L 2133 MHz 8 GB SO-DIMM Memory Kit

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G.SKILL International Co. Ltd., the leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, is expanding its Ripjaws SO-DIMM series DDR3L memory up to a staggering 2133 MHz. Meticulously designed to operate at a low voltage of 1.35V, this 4GBx2 memory kit will give your system a much needed performance boost!

1.35V Low Voltage for 4th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 laptops
1.35V DDR3L SO-DIMM memory is the required and recommended standard for most new Intel Haswell laptop systems. The G.SKILL DDR3L 2133 MHz 1.35V kit is the perfect memory solution to boost your new laptop's performance while extending battery life.





Plug and Play on compatible SO-DIMM supported systems
Besides notebook systems, G.SKILL Ripjaws high speed DDR3L SO-DIMM memory kits work perfectly with compatible SO-DIMM supported PCs. The systems will detect the rated memory speed automatically without extra BIOS tweaks. The following screen shows the G.SKILL F3-2133C11D-8GRSL kit validated with Intel NUC D53427RKE Ivy Bridge Core i5 model.

 
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If you can buy it for the same price as 1600 MHz. RAM go for it. Otherwise it's a waste of money as extensive testing has demonstrated.
 

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If you can buy it for the same price as 1600 MHz. RAM go for it. Otherwise it's a waste of money as extensive testing has demonstrated.
Except for those AMD APU's you love so much, they quite like fast RAM, or did you not know that?
 

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Except for those AMD APU's you love so much, they quite like fast RAM, or did you not know that?
...at least the iGPUs do. The CPU cores alone don't really benefit from it.
 

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If you can buy it for the same price as 1600 MHz. RAM go for it. Otherwise it's a waste of money as extensive testing has demonstrated.
:laugh: :cool:
 
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If you can buy it for the same price as 1600 MHz. RAM go for it. Otherwise it's a waste of money as extensive testing has demonstrated.
Extensive testing? Please post some links.
 
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How much do they cost?

IMHO, AMD should make some kind of incentive for ASUS, Acer, MSI, Lenovo (or more specifically, Clevo and the likes)... to use this kind of RAM and not freaking single-DIMM/channel DDR3-1333, 1600 tops, that some "geniuses" put on AMD A10-5750Ms, even in the high-end gaming ones, from MSI.

So that's especially the case if there's no GDDR5 for Kaveri on mobile, one they hit the market.