TeamGroup Publicizes T-Power Xtreem ARGB DDR5 Reminiscence: As much as DDR5-8266

At Computex 2023, TeamGroup unveiled two additions to its in depth household of reminiscence merchandise. Accessible with ARGB heatsinks or refined black non-RGB heatsinks, the TeamGroup T-Power Xtreem DDR5 reminiscence guarantees excessive efficiency for reminiscence overclockers and avid gamers.

Seeking to rival the high-speed DDR5 kits from corporations akin to G.Ability, the T-Power Xtreem DDR5 reminiscence is obtainable as much as DDR5-8266, with overclocked XMP 3.0 profiles designed for use with Intel’s thirteenth Gen Core collection processors. Concerning the competitors, the T-Power Xtreme DDR5-8266 will probably be certainly one of, if not the quickest, quickest package out there at retail upon its launch, as G.Ability has a package of their Trident Z5 DDR5-8000 at retail.

Probably the most glamorous wanting of the 2 kits is the T-Power Xtreem ARGB DDR5 reminiscence, with twin mild pipes that sit between black translucent acrylic panels. Beneath the acrylic is a 2 mm thick aluminum alloy heatsink which has been anodized black. Between the reminiscence ICs and the heatsink, TeamGroup claims they use a ‘extremely thermally conductive silicone gel’ to offer optimum warmth dissipation.

Regardless of TeamGroup not disclosing the peak of the DRAM modules, they give the impression of being fairly tall, so they may not be suitable with all air coolers, particularly these giant twin/triple designs. TeamGroup claims that the warmth spreaders themselves have a texture related to black sea sand, though the texture of reminiscence is much less necessary than different issues, akin to fashion and precise efficiency.

The second package has the identical general form and design because the ARGB variant however with out the precise ARGB LED lighting. This provides the T-Power Xtreem DDR5 modules a classier look with a refined matte black shade scheme all through, whereas one facet of the warmth spreader has a T-Power brand badge which jogs my memory of one thing Star Trek characters have on their uniforms.

As a result of pace of those kits, the T-Power Xtreem kits are primarily for Intel’s present thirteenth Gen Core collection processors, as AMD’s Ryzen 7000 collection simply can not hit the reminiscence speeds that Intel’s thirteenth Gen chips can. The TeamGroup T-Power Xtreem ARGB DDR5 and T-Power Xtreem DDR5 kits will are available in kits ranging between DDR5-7000 and a blazingly quick DDR5-8266 package. 

Because it stands, TeamGroup hasn’t unveiled its anticipated pricing for the T-Power Xtreem ARGB and non-ARGB DDR5 reminiscence kits, nor has it offered what reminiscence ICs they’re utilizing or the latency timings. These are anticipated to be unveiled nearer to their launch, which in the meanwhile is unknown.

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