G.Skill is probably best known for its RAM, which we regularly recommend in our system guides. The company has now announced something a little different: 64GB memory kits for your laptop (or mini-PC), spread across four SO-DIMMs. Overkill much?
G.Skill didn't stop with an excessive capacity, either. The new kits are also available in speeds up to 2,800 GT/s. Voltage is 1.2V across the board. For those with more modest needs, G.Skill also offers kits with smaller capacities, starting at 4GB.
|TR's 2017 Christmas giveaway: eight days left and counting||3|
|Rumor: Ryzen 2 set for Q1 2018 and a Fenghuang APU breaks cover||6|
|MSI gives Radeon RX Vega cards an Air Boost||11|
|Corsair's latest SO-DIMM kit takes 32 GB of DDR4 to 4000 MT/s||2|
|Report: Intel Inside co-marketing program will get a budget cut||26|
|Gingerbread House Day Shortbread||16|
|iMac Pro details and release date come into focus||48|
|Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition: an overview||25|
|Tuesday deals: NVMe storage, a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, and more||9|
|Full disclosure: while I work for Intel; the opinions I express here are my own I think I understanding the issue you ran into. For the Braswell platf...||+35|