Monday, October 17th 2011

Team Group Announces New Xtreem Dark and LV Kits

Team Group Inc.’s memory modules have always been known for its stability and high performance among enthusiasts. In 2011, the company invests heavily to build the new series radiating modules, and changes the packaging to a smaller volume of paper card design that is more environmental friendly. Enthusiasts would be guaranteed to enjoy the ultimate feeling of freshness and classic at the same time.

Mainstream Team Xtreem Dark-Steady and eye-catching
The Team Xtreem Dark series target the consumer market, and uses memory particles rigorously selected and tested by Team Group Inc. The new heat-sink has better cooling efficacy, which can speed up the dispersion of the heat generated by the particles more evenly and effectively. It can also speed up the circulation of cool and hot air within the case to reach a heat balance in the shortest amount of time to guarantee the most stable operating environment.

Performance Team Xtreem LV-Extreme speed
The new version of Team Xtreem LV packaging exerts Team Group’s proud X cooling technology to the most, bringing enthusiasts an extreme performance. The X totem maximizes the cooling fin area, and when compared to ordinary over-clocking memory modules, the new Xtreem has a lower operating temperature that would satisfy enthusiasts’ pursuit of extreme over-clocking performance.

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, visit the series page.
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12 Comments on Team Group Announces New Xtreem Dark and LV Kits

#2
Wrigleyvillain
PTFO or GTFO
In marketing you go with what you know works. :p
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Neuromancer
2200 MHz 9-9-9 at 1.65v? Very nice :)
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D4S4
by: btarunr
Enthusiasts would be guaranteed to enjoy the ultimate feeling of freshness
:roll::roll::roll:
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#5
_JP_
Finally they managed to come up with a new heatsink. Those gray ones were getting a bit old.
by: Team Group
Enthusiasts would be guaranteed to enjoy the ultimate feeling of freshness and classic at the same time.
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#6
HossHuge
by: btarunr
Enthusiasts would be guaranteed to enjoy the ultimate feeling of freshness
I can't remember where I have heard that before...

Oh wait..... now I do!!

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#7
[H]@RD5TUFF
I'm suprised they haven't introduced a quad channel version.
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#8
Velvet Wafer
by: Neuromancer
2200 MHz 9-9-9 at 1.65v? Very nice :)
not very special in my opinion... make that nines to sevens,and that 2200 to 2400, and i guess we have the same opinion;)
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#9
LagunaX
I'd buy a pair.

I still have my set of Team 2x1gb DDR2 667 3-3-3-8 ram :cool:

If they aren't too much pricier than G.Skill, I'd give them some customer loyalty ;)
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#10
DanishDevil
No such thing as Xtreem Dark with a bright green PCB. I'll pass. When will manufacturers learn? :slap:
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Neuromancer
by: Velvet Wafer
not very special in my opinion... make that nines to sevens,and that 2200 to 2400, and i guess we have the same opinion;)
:laugh:

Well nothing has been coming out even CLOSE to Elpedia Hyper ICs so 2200 9-9-9 at 1.65v for a "stock" setting is damn impressive IMHO

Lately it is 9-11-9 or maybe 8-11-10 at 2000+ speeds.

Im sure that people will tweak it till it screams anyway ;) I hope it is affordable as I would like to make that some 7-8-7 2000 MHz ram at 1.8v ;)
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Velvet Wafer
by: Neuromancer
:laugh:

Well nothing has been coming out even CLOSE to Elpedia Hyper ICs so 2200 9-9-9 at 1.65v for a "stock" setting is damn impressive IMHO

Lately it is 9-11-9 or maybe 8-11-10 at 2000+ speeds.

Im sure that people will tweak it till it screams anyway ;) I hope it is affordable as I would like to make that some 7-8-7 2000 MHz ram at 1.8v ;)
my Transcend are 2400mhz 10-12-11 with PSC chips stock, and they carry a secondary profile that is 1440 6-8-7.... and even better, they are dead cheap,and not too problematic to get, but very underhyped imho... just a little more expensive than a mediocre Ripjaws-Kit,and actually the cheapest 2400+ 4GB kit worldwide.;)
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