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Apacer claims its 3000MHz DDR4 laptop RAM is 'the true champion'

Apacer tells us that its new 3000 MHz DDR4 laptop RAM can operate in temperatures up to 120 degrees Celsius (248 F)
By: Chris Smith | RAM News | Posted: Oct 3, 2015 3:31 pm

Available in a massive 64GB kit comprised of 4x16GB sticks, Apacer's new DDR4 RAM has been designed by its 'Z511 Lab' and will be available soon in 2400, 2666, 2800 and 3000 MHz editions, ranging from $139 - $299.




With the ability to withstand an incredible 120 degrees celsius (248 Fahrenheit) and operate without issue, this DDR4 SO-DIMM memory is designed purely with laptops in mind, aiming to skirt around overheating issues that some performance laptops are currently feeling.


The Z511 Lab is explained by Apacer as being a special part of this company designed to look at performance products, and performance products only. Setup in early 2015, this group is responsible for performance and stress testing products before they are available to the market.

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