TEAMGROUP Announced High Capacity DDR5 RAM Kits

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TEAMGROUP has just launched its new T-FORCE gaming-focused memory, which will be available in non-binary DDR5 memory modules, including 24GB and 48GB variants.

TEAMGROUP has also tested its new memory on motherboards from different manufacturers on the Intel 600 and 700 series to ensure compatibility and high performance. The new high-capacity overclocking memory is compatible with Intel XMP 3.0 and will be available in frequencies starting at 6000 MHz and above.

The DDR5 memory will be available in two flavors, including T-FORCE DELTA RGB and T-CREATE EXPERT. TEAMGROUP T-FORCE DELTA RGB is mainly designed for gamers and will be available in a (2x24GB) or 48GB dual-channel kit with frequencies ranging from 6000 MHz, 6400 MHz, 6800 MHz, 7200MHz, 7600 MHz, and 8000 MHz.

High capacity dual channel memory will enable ITX motherboards with two slots to leverage T-FORCE large capacity RAM modules. While the support for Intel XMP 3.0 will let users overclock their memory with ease.

On the other hand, T-CREATE EXPERT is designed for creative professionals and will be available in a (2x32GB) or 64GB dual channel kit running at 6000 MHz and 6400 MHz. Furthermore, T-FORCE EXPERT will also offer a high-capacity dual channel and four-module kit including (2X48GB) 96GB and (4X24GB) 96GB kit running at 6000 MHz and 6400 MHz.

TEAMGROUP is currently the only manufacturer offering high-frequency DDR5 memory running at 8000 MHz on the market by pushing industry boundaries with its innovative technology. Both the TEAMGROUP T-FORCE and T-CREATE high-capacity DDR5 RAM kit will be available next month in early May 2023, although the manufacturer has not yet confirmed the price.

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