Computex 2016 - Teamgroup reveals its new performance-grade T-Force DDR4 RAM lineup at Computex, including the T-Force Xtreem 4266 MHz modules and stylish new T-Force Nighthawk DDR4-3200 sticks.
Teamgroup has broken the 4000MHz barrier with its new enthusiast-grade T-Force Xtreem modules. The new T-Force Xtreem DDR4 RAM module line hits blistering frequencies up to 4266 MHz, but only in the ASRock Z170 OC Formula motherboards. The T-Force Xtreem come in DDR4-4133 flavors with 1.35V power draw and CL 18 latency timings, and come in 4GB and 8GB sticks. Teamgroup also has DDR4-4000 (CL 17, 8GB, 1.35V), DDR4-3866 (CL16, 8GB, 1.35V) DDR4-3733, DDR4-3600, and DDR4-3466 Xtreem RAM modules. This line is available in 8GB (4GBx2) and 16GB (8GBx2) kits.
The hardware-maker also showed off the new LED-lit T-Force Nighthawk and entry-level T-Force Night Armor DDR4 RAM modules. The T-Force Nighthawk DDR4-3200 RAM sport LED illuminated heatspreaders with CL 16 latencies, 1.35V power draw, and come in 4GB and 8GB sticks. Next up are the T-Force Night Armor modules--these come in DDR4-2400 (CL14, 4GB and 8GB configurations, 1.2V power) and DDR4-2676 (CL15, 16GB configurations, 1.2V power) with a stylish new red and white heatspreaders.
Last but not least is the new T-Force Vulcan line, which sports a ton of different flavors: DDR4-2800 CL14 latencies, 1.2V of power draw, and 4GB and 8GB configurations; and the T-Force Vulcan DDR4-2666 at CL15 timings, 16GB configurations, and 1.2V power. The T-Force Vulcan DDR4 also comes in 3200MHz, 3000MHz and 2400MHz frequencies, but we were unable to determine individual specs on these modules. The T-Force Vulcan DDR4 RAM will be available in the following kit configurations: 8GB (4GBx2), 16GB (4GBx4), 16GB (8GBx2), 32GB (8GBx4), and 64GB (16GBx4).
We didn't catch pricing or availability details for the new T-Force lineup, but we'll keep you updated when more info comes to light. Check below for a quick rundown on each of the models.
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