TEAMGROUP Presents T-Force Vulcan Eco DDR5 With Recycled Heat Sink

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Performance Without Harming The Environment!

[Press Release] TEAMGROUP’s latest DDR5 memory adheres to the requirements of Mother Nature. Following the positive reception of the previously released C175 ECO Net-Zero Flash Drive, the company has returned with the T-Force Vulcan Eco DDR5.

Both releases represent a drive to promote environmentally friendly products, helping to preserve the environment without compromising the results. TEAMGROUP proudly boasts that every 10,000 T-Force Vulcan Eco DDR5 kits will help reduce carbon emissions by 73%.

TEAMGROUP T-Force Vulcan Eco DDR5

This commitment is also carried over to its FSC-certified packaging, limiting material and electronic waste. Despite this focus on sustainability, the T-Force Vulcan Eco DDR5 memory brings the same performance customers have come to expect from TEAMGROUP.

With various innovative technologies, it supports Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO overclocking profiles for a quick performance boost. The company’s signature on-die ECC is also back, allowing for a more stable experience.

For those looking to protect the environment without the need to sacrifice performance, TEAMGROUP has created the perfect memory kits. The DDR5 memory will be available to buy in mid-December through websites like Newegg and Amazon.

To learn more and secure the memory ahead of its release, you can visit the company’s official website.

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