TEAMGROUP Releases T-Create Master DDR5 Memory For Workstations

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TEAMGROUP is expanding its DDR5 offerings, launching the T-Create Master DDR5 memory.

This lineup of memory is specifically designed for servers and workstations, coming with large capacities and high-end specifications, making it perfect for tasks that require dealing with large projects and data sets.

TEAMGROUP T-Create Master DDR5

The T-Create Master OC R-DIMM comes with a one-piece heat spreader that helps heat dissipation through thermally conductive silicone. An on-die ECC also ensures stable performance during intense workloads.

TEAMGROUP offers the T-Create Master DDR5 in various configurations. Professionals can pick between 6000, 6400, and 6800 MHz frequencies, in addition to capacities of up to 384GB for workstation motherboards.

This makes it an ideal choice for professionals looking to power through any kind of work. TEAMGROUP has also included an on-die ECC and a function to correct errors outside the chip for unbeatable stability.

The T-Create Master DDR5 memory is made to work with Intel Xeon processors and the W790 lineup of motherboards, equipping creatives, developers, and engineers with the power they seek for their daily workloads.

Apart from the specifications, TEAMGROUP’s engineers have also paid attention to creating elegant memory sticks. The T-Create Master DDR5 comes with a subtle look, blending right in with all kinds of PC setups.

Consumers will be able to buy the memory from next month. TEAMGROUP will initially offer 6800MHz frequency memory in 4x16GB or 8x16GB kits, releasing these options in Taiwan and North America.

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