Thanks to the release of Intel's Skylake platform DDR4 memory is all the rage, even though the standard debuted last year with the X99 (Haswell-E) High End Desktop platform. DDR4 DIMMs are common, and increasing in speed by leaps and bounds, but SO-DIMM memory for laptops and mini-desktops is still relatively rare. Now, in the first round of memory releases since the unveiling of Skylake for laptops and mainstream desktops, Apacer is getting in on the act with a set of high-speed DDR4 SO-DIMMs for gaming and business-class systems.
Apacer NOX DDR4 SO-DIMMs are named for the Roman goddess of the night, intended to embody both power and mystery. As a result it should be of no surprise that the first round of NOX SODIMMs are rated at a more than respectable [email protected], and come in 16GB capacities from the outset. A properly equipped system could therefore accommodate up to 64GB (16GB x 4) DDR4 RAM, which is pretty powerful for a mere laptop.
NOX DDR4 SO-DIMMs are primarily designed for gaming but also suitable for professionals with high-performance requirements. Typically they'll be well suited to gaming and other memory-intensive applications.
About Z511 lab
In order to produce high performance memory modules and storage to accommodate the PC overclocking and gaming environment, Z511 lab is established by Apacer's Department of PC products in early 2015. The quality assurance of Z511 lab is conducted by professional gamers and engineers with heavy-duty memory stress bench applications, even undergoing high temperature chamber verification if needed.
Apacer Apacer NOX DDR4 SO-DIMMs will be available very soon in the EU. For more information on Apacer's lineup of business and consumer memory products visit http://eu.apacer.com.