G.SKILL Achieves First CMTL-Approved DDR4-3200MHz SO-DIMM Kit on Intel Skull Canyon NUC!
Taipei, Taiwan (19 October 2016) – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to be the first memory module manufacturer to pass the demanding Intel Approved Testing Process with a DDR4 SO-DIMM at the intense speed of 3200MHz, the fastest DDR4 SO-DIMM memory kit to be ever validated on an Intel platform. The testing and validation was performed by Computer Memory Test Labs (CMTL) on the Intel NUC Skull Canyon NUC6i7KYK platform.
G.SKILL has been working closely with Intel to bring the fastest DDR4 SO-DIMM kits to the market and such milestone once again establishes G.SKILL’s active role in leading the development of extreme performance computer memory for not only desktop systems, but also mini PC and laptop systems.
The SO-DIMM test result has been added to the “CMTL Advanced Tested Intel Approved Memory List” on the Intel NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK website. For the CMTL test report on the DDR4-3200MHz SO-DIMM kit, please refer to the following link: http://www.cmtlabs.com/2012/memCertPartSearchResultsPartNo.asp?bNav=true&outside=False&sPart=F4-3200C16D-32GSR (Kit size: 16GBx2)&oSubmit=Search
Established in 1989 by PC hardware enthusiasts, G.SKILL specializes in high performance memory, SSD products, and gaming peripherals designed for PC gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Combining technical innovation and rock solid quality through our in-house testing lab and talented R&D team, G.SKILL continues to create record-breaking memory for each generation of hardware and hold the no. 1 brand title in overclocking memory.
CMTL was established in 1996, in cooperation with Intel, as a third party test lab to ensure memory module compatibility and functionality on Intel platforms. Memory that successfully passes the Intel Approved testing process by CMTL is added to each Intel motherboard approved memory list. Modules not approved by Intel are not supported and may have a higher risk of experiencing sporadic errors, unstable functionality and performance issues.