All-in-one or Mini PCs offer a number of advantages, the biggest of which is their small form-factors, which are great for cramped spaces. Though a drawback with them is that they’re not as readily upgradeable as custom-built PCs. For those of you with Mini PCs, Apacer’s DDR4 SO-DIMM is a good option if you need to upgrade your system’s RAM.
Apacer’s DDR4 SO-DIMM gaming memory module recently ran a performance test with GIGABYTE’s BRIX GAMING UHD, a mini-PC with desktop performance. With a successful and stable clock speed up to 3200MHz, the result shows NOX is undoubtedly the most ideal choice to support this barebones kit, or any other type of its kind.
Apacer’s NOX DDR4 SO-DIMM is the first memory module with 3000MHz clock-rates with 64GB capacity, currently the highest in the market. The specification has remained at the topmost position since its initial launch a year ago.
NOX DDR4’s memory kits come with performance options of 2400MHz, 2666MHz, 2800MHz, and 3000MHz. Every NOX is strictly produced with quality MLC and chip components. It is also capable of operating at low power consumption of 1.2V with excellent cooling. Designed to withstand 120°C heat while running at full performance within the space constraints of a laptop or a mini PC, NOX maintains undisrupted fluidity and efficiency even after long hours.
Overclocking with 39% Boost
Tests prove that the presence of NOX is truly empowering. When NOX is installed in the GIGABYTE BRIX Gaming UHD, the result is a leap of performance: stable operation at 3200MHz when overclocking. Compared to regular laptop memories that run at 2133MHz, this represents a 39% overall capacity improvement.