Apacer 2400MHz SODIMMS First to Receive Intel Approved Seal from CMTL on the Intel Skull Canyon NUC System

ANAHEIM, CA -- Computer Memory Test Labs (CMTL) announces Apacer is the first manufacturer member in CMTL's Intel Approved Memory Program to have 2400MHz SODIMMs receive the Intel Approved seal on Intel's Skull Canyon NUC6i7KYK platform. The Apacer 8GB 78.C2GF2.4000B and 16GB 78.D2GF2.4010B SODIMMs passed Intel's rigorous Advanced testing process performed by CMTL.

John Deters, President of CMTL, stated, "The Skull Canyon NUC system is the most robust to be released by Intel. It has opened up the doors to a fast growing high performance, high reliability, small form factor system market place which equally require high performance and high reliability SODIMMs."

C.K. Chang, President of Apacer, said, "CMTL, the industry-leading, most professional lab for memory module and motherboard compatibility testing, has long been in cooperation with Apacer to test the compatibility on memory module series of server, industrial, desktop and laptop. Apacer has once again taken the lead in the industry with DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM passing the Intel Skull Canyon NUC compatibility test. We as always deliver the best quality and highest compatibility on Apacer's memory modules."

For more info, go to http://www.cmtlabs.com
 

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