Wednesday, April 6th 2011

Team Xtreem LV Series DDR3-2133, DDR3-1600 Start Shipping

With the launch of Intel’s new generation high performance Sandy Bridge platform, Team Group Inc. announces its two exquisitely designed over-clocking masterpieces, Xtreem LV DDR3 2133 9-11-9-27 and Xtreem LV DDR3 1600 6-8-8-24, targeting at overclockers who look for high performance. Designed with focus on their compatibilities with the Sandy Bridge platform, both Xtreem LV DDR3 2133 9-11-9-27 and Xtreem LV DDR3 1600 6-8-8-24 use specially selected original particles manufactured under new production process, and pass 24 hours of strict burn-in testing to bring to consumers an exceptional usage experience. In addition, Team Group’s Xtreem series memory modules are all completely compatible with the Intel XMP technology, and superior in high-performance and low-timing to fully release the potential of every computer.

Xtreem LV DDR3 2133 9-11-9-27-1T challenges Power User’s over-clocking techniques
Xtreem LV DDR3 2133 9-11-9-27 features 256*8 particles, 4GB/8GB dual-channel packaging with a maximum transfer bandwidth up to 17GB/sec. With its 1T Command rate, Xtreem LV DDR3 2133 9-11-9-27 allows overclocking fanatics easily conquering the challenging P67 platform and advancing their techniques

Xtreem LV DDR3 1600 6-8-8-24 enjoys natural and smooth
Compared to DDR3 2133’s high frequency, Xtreem LV DDR3 1600 6-8-8-24 is characterized with low latency to guarantee a stable performance on the overclocking platform. With 4GB/6GB dual-channel and triple-channel packaging, Xtreem LV DDR3 1600 6-8-8-24 is embedded with built-in XMP parameters, and only requires 1.65V to operate. Such high cost and performance ratio makes it not only a good value product that overclocking enthusiasts can’t afford to miss, but also the best device for building a high performance platform.

As a leading provider of memory storage products to the consumer market, Team Group is committed to providing the best storage, multimedia and data sharing solutions. All Team memory module products come with a lifetime warranty, repair and replacement services. For more information, please visit the Team website at www.teamgroup.com.tw.
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10 Comments on Team Xtreem LV Series DDR3-2133, DDR3-1600 Start Shipping

#1
jsfitz54
"Such high cost and performance ratio makes it not only a good value product...."

Sales department needs to substantiate claim with POSTED Price. HELLLLOOOO.
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#2
Wile E
Power User
Have to agree. Been saying it forever. Press releases without prices are utterly useless.
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
1.65v isn't low volt. I have a 2yr old set of tridents rated for 2000cl9 1.6v and my cheapy ripjaws 2000cl9 were 1.65v I was hoping 1.5v or lower
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#4
Wrigleyvillain
PTFO or GTFO
by: cdawall
1.65v isn't low volt.
Yeah. Does this mean these would be happy in a P55 board as well, for example?
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Wrigleyvillain
Yeah. Does this mean these would be happy in a P55 board as well, for example?
They sound like a standard kit probably fine in all the intels
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#6
makwy2
my cheapy ripjaws
Now you just watch who you're calling "cheapy"! :) My Ripjaws have never let me down.
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#7
Paulieg
The Mad Moderator
I had the first of the LV series, the 2000 sticks that came out like 6 months ago. They ran well on p55 and p67. I sold them because the screwy dividers on SB don't allow for 2000. They were good, but certainly not awesome. Kinda mid level binned PSC IC's, that were stretched to their max to hit 2000. They wouldn't go lower than CAS 9 until you hit 1600.
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#8
Velvet Wafer
by: Paulieg
I had the first of the LV series, the 2000 sticks that came out like 6 months ago. They ran well on p55 and p67. I sold them because the screwy dividers on SB don't allow for 2000. They were good, but certainly not awesome. Kinda mid level binned PSC IC's, that were stretched to their max to hit 2000. They would go lower than CAS 9 until you hit 1600.
that is indeed not good for PSCs...my brand new, high quality but CHEAP transcend 2400 will do at least 1600 cl7, and that is just one day after tweaking them :D
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#9
2DividedbyZero
i've had my system ram nearly a year, 1600-6-6-6-18-1T currently running 2133-9-9-9-24-1T 1.65v triple channel

technology usually moves forward 2133 9-11-9-27, or 1600 6-8-8-24 dual channel!!! nothing to see here, next.
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#10
micropage7
by: 2DividedbyZero
i've had my system ram nearly a year, 1600-6-6-6-18-1T currently running 2133-9-9-9-24-1T 1.65v triple channel

technology usually moves forward 2133 9-11-9-27, or 1600 6-8-8-24 dual channel!!! nothing to see here, next.
dual or triple channel ram usually has the same spec, it just different on sale package or except they have special requirement like xmp profile
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