Crucial officially releases a single 32GB DDR4-2666/3200 memory new product

In the summer of 2019, Crucial showcased the first 32GB unbuffered memory modules based on Micron’s 16Gb DDR4 memory particles. Now, the company is finally officially offering the retail market DDR4-2666/3200 memory options that are compatible with desktop (UDIMM) and notebook (SO-DIMM). The operating voltage is standard at 1.2V, with a time series of CL19 and CL22, respectively, and a nude strip without a vest.

Indus officially releases a single 32GB DDR4-2666/3200 memory new product

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Indus 32GB memory modules run in JEDEC standard mode and are compatible with a wide range of common PCs. The dual 64GB option is currently available on the website, which retails for around $330

Interestingly, the faster DDR4-3200 set, the slower DDR4-2666 set is $2 more expensive.

Indus officially releases a single 32GB DDR4-2666/3200 memory new product

In addition, the expected arrival time for the 64GB dual-channel DDR4-2666 package on Amazon is February 3, 2020.

It’s unclear why Crucial didn’t sell its 32GB UDIMM and SO-DIMM memory modules to the public early, after facing widespread competition from memory manufacturers using the same Micron chip in the coming months.