Kingston Laptop DDR5 ValueRAM SODIMM Memory
Greater starting speed performance.
DDR5 debuts at 4800MHz, while DDR4 tops out at 3200MHz. This represents a 50% increase in bandwidth. In cadence with compute platform releases, DDR5 has planned performance increases that will scale to 6400MHz.
Reduced power / increased efficiency.
At 1.1V, DDR5 consumes 20% less power than DDR4 equivalent components at 1.2V. In addition to conserving battery life in laptops, it also has a significant advantage for enterprise servers working around the clock.
DDR5 modules feature on-board Power Management Integrate Circuits (PMIC), which help regulate the power required by the various components of the memory module (DRAM, register, SPD hub, etc). For server-class modules, the PMIC uses 12V; for PC-class modules, it uses 5V. This makes for better power distribution compared to previous generations, improves signal integrity and reduces noise.
DDR5 utilises a new device that integrates the Serial Presence Detect (SPD) EEPROM with additional hub features, manages access to the external controller and decouples the memory load on the internal bus from external.
4800Mhz (PC5-38400) , 4800MT/s (PC5-38400)
1R (Single Rank)
0°C to 85°C
As an international traveller you are entitled to bring a certain amount/value of goods that are free of Customs duty and exempt Goods and Services tax (GST) into New Zealand. This is called your duty free allowance and personal goods concession. It is important to review these for any purchases you make on The Mall.
Your duty free allowance entitles you to bring into New Zealand the following quantities of alcohol products free of customs duty and GST provided you are over 17 years of age. You do need to be 18 years or over to purchase.
- Up to six bottles (4.5 litres) of wine, champagne, port or sherry or
- Up to twelve cans (4.5 litres) of beer
- And three bottles (or other containers) each containing not more than 1125ml of spirits, liqueur, or other spirituous beverages
Goods other than alcohol and tobacco, whether purchased overseas or purchased duty free in New Zealand, that have a combined total value not exceeding NZ$700 may also be brought as part of your personal goods concession.
When travelling overseas there are legal limits on the amount of duty free alcohol and other goods you can take with you. These amounts will vary depending on the country you are flying into. We always recommend you check the latest limits and exemptions.
Your order can be picked up at an Auckland Airport Collection Point. There is one in departures and one at arrivals in the international terminal. See map
You will need to bring your order confirmation email and show your passport to collect your order.
If you’re departing Auckland Airport, we recommend that you come to the Auckland Airport Collection Point at least 60 minutes before your flight. If you miss your pickup time or your flight details have changed please let us know as soon as possible.
When you collect your order you will have the opportunity to inspect the items and sign for them.
If you need to return an item, our Collection Point team are there to help you. You may also like to view our Returns & refunds which provides information on how this works and outlines the individual retailer's returns and refunds policies.