TeamGroup Unveils 8200MHz T-Force XTREEM DDR5 Memory

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Aurora-Like RGB & Impressive Performance In One!

[Press Release] TeamGroup’s latest memory kits make use of patented IC grading verification tech, boasting high speed and a stylish appearance.

Focusing on the latter, the T-Force XTREEM ARGB DDR5 kits portray an aurorean atmosphere with smooth and gentle lighting effects. This energetic vibe can be further enhanced with customization through various software.

TeamGroup T-Force XTREEM ARGB DDR5 Memory
The Memory Kits Will Be Available From Storefronts Like Amazon & Newegg

TeamGroup has also utilized a 2mm aluminum alloy heat spreader, leading to a hard and durable chassis. Elsewhere, the memory boasts a well-designed PCB.

This helps optimize heat dissipation, keeping performance intact when the memory is pushed to its limits. TeamGroup is offering the T-Force XTREEM ARGB DDR5 in 7600, 8000, and 8200MHz frequencies.

Adding to the package, the manufacturer is providing a lifetime warranty for the initial batch of memory kits set to go on sale later this month. For more on the release date and everything TeamGroup, visit the official website.

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