Strontium has announced the launch of their 8GB DDR3 memory modules for desktops, laptops and workstations. These high-density DDR3 modules feature a 1600MHz operating speed and are optimized for multitasking, web browsing and gaming. They are downward compatible with 1333MHz and run at 1.5V. Users like CAD/CAM engineers, professional and gamers are allowed the option to load 32GB in their desktops or 16GB in their laptops.
Strontium gets new 8GB DDR3 modules
64-bit operating systems are getting increasingly popular and a lot of motherboards in the market can now support 32GB, which does indicate that the demand for these modules is increasing. These 8GB modules are available in single, dual and triple-channel kits. They have been tested on the latest Intel and AMD platforms and have also been certified for Apple products in Apple’s own compatibility labs. These 8GB modules use chips such as Micron and Hynix and are built to JEDEC specs.
8GB DDR3 memory modules generally consume less power, as compared to two 4GB DDR3 modules. The aluminum head spreader provides excellent heat dissipation. These modules by Strontium are ROHS compliant and are backed by a lifetime warranty. They can be purchased through Strontium channel partners. More details can be obtained from the Strontium media library.
Publish date: November 17, 2011 5:07 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:58 pm