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.
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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.
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.