Want 32GB of RAM in your laptop or NUC? You can finally do it I'M Intelligent Memory says to achieve the higher density it's using a unique stacking process, where it takes two 4-Gigabit chips and stacks them to make an 8-Gigabit chip. It then uses these modules to produce its 16GB modules, while others on the market are stuck at 8GB. The sticky part in all of this is Intel's approval. Intel told PCWorld it would not validate a 32GB configuration for Broadwell, but it would provide white paper guidance. Company officials added that it "should" work technically. In other words, you're doing it at your own risk. I'M Intelligent Memory officials, however, "guaranteed" it would work.