Team Group Team Elite Triple Channel DDR3 Kits

3GB and 6GB kits of both 1066MHZ and 1333MHz.

| Apr 17, 2009 at 2:41 am CDT
Team Group has announced four new Triple Channel DDR3 kits. The new kits are available in both 3GB (3x1GB) and 6GB(3x2GB) and comes in both 1066MHz and 1333MHz varieties.

Team Group Announces its Latest Standard, 3-Channel Memory Device Series- Team Elite DDR3


All four Team Group Team Elite memory kits come with a lifetime warranty and feature a 6-layer PCB, 128x8 die layout, operate at 1.5V. They also have aluminum heat spreaders and are unbuffered, non-ECC modules.

Team Group Announces its Latest Standard, 3-Channel Memory Device Series- Team Elite DDR3


The 1066MHz kits offer lower timings of 7-7-7-21 but offer a lower memory bandwidth of 8528MB/Sec. The 1333MHz kits have timings that are a little more loose, but offer the increased memory bandwidth of 10,664MB/Sec.

Team Group Announces its Latest Standard, 3-Channel Memory Device Series- Team Elite DDR3


The full press release is available here.

After Intel rolled out its next generation Corei7 processors, many memory device manufacturers are vying to be among the first to push out their compatible memory storage devices with 3-channel architecture. These devices have unexpectedly ignited a DDR3 war, where manufacturers are striving to grab a piece of this lucrative "3-channel" market pie. Team Group Inc, the world's leading memory device brand, will not step aside in this intense competition and announces today its latest Team Elite DDR3, 3-channel memory device series that promises users gigantic memory storage that fulfill JEDEC standards. This marks the start of the "3-channel era".

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