Friday, January 6th 2012

Team Group Inc. Presents New Xtreem Dark DDR3 1600 CL9 Module

The lunar New Year is around the corner, and celebration is already in the air. Team Group Inc. launches the over-valued overclocking Xtreem Dark DDR3 1600CL9 single channel to satisfy overclockers. It allows overclockers to enjoy the same excitement with the least money, making it a must-buy in the end of the year.

Team Xtreem Dark DDR3 1600 CL9 single channel is designed for gamers whose desire is to upgrade computers with limited budget. Finally, gamers can experience and enjoy the satisfaction driven from boost in performance with only half the price of a duel channel kit. It is the best tool for professional OC gamers. Meanwhile, it adopts characteristics of DARK series’ calm and speed to make a great model with outstanding quality and efficiency.

Passing 100% strict testing, Xtreem Dark DDR3 1600 CL9 single channel uses original chips and offers lifetime warranty from the company. Therefore, gamers fancy challenges may consider treating themselves with this awesome product before New Year comes.
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11 Comments on Team Group Inc. Presents New Xtreem Dark DDR3 1600 CL9 Module

#1
Hayder_Master
When i read new xtreem dark i thout it's 2600mhz not 1600.
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#2
hellrazor
....who gives a crap? It's 1600MHz at 9-9-9-24, that's the same (if not worse) than everything else you can buy. The only thing that's really different is that the heatsink is black; ooooh, fancy.
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eidairaman1
you can get 2 Gskill 2x4GB DDR 3 1600MHz Kits with 7 CAS Latency, nothing special about this set...
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#4
AthlonX2
HyperVtX™
This is really odd to see a press release like this considering memory is already pretty cheap
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#5
BeepBeep2
Team's kits are great overclockers in general, they hand test their kits and hopefully kits like this are the same kind of home run the 2000 CL9 kits were.
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#6
eidairaman1
tbh 2000 DDR3 CL9 is going to be faster than 1600 DDR3 with CL9 soley due to clock speed only, I only buy faster clock speed ram when ramping the FSB up.
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BeepBeep2
by: eidairaman1
tbh 2000 DDR3 CL9 is going to be faster than 1600 DDR3 with CL9 soley due to clock speed only, I only buy faster clock speed ram when ramping the FSB up.
Overlocking memory is for overclocking :slap:

Just because my 2000 C7-7-7 kit is rated 2000 doesn't mean I haven't run it at 2133 7-7-7 easily ;)

I brought up the Team 2000C9 kit because it does 2000 CL7 easily. :nutkick:
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eidairaman1
by: BeepBeep2
Overlocking memory is for overclocking :slap:

Just because my 2000 C7-7-7 kit is rated 2000 doesn't mean I haven't run it at 2133 7-7-7 easily ;)

I brought up the Team 2000C9 kit because it does 2000 CL7 easily. :nutkick:
I really dont take risks with ram for overclocking due to the volatile state of RAM.
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BeepBeep2
by: eidairaman1
I really dont take risks with ram for overclocking due to the volatile state of RAM.
You know anything running out of JEDEC specs are the same chips used in 1066/1333 kits but screened and overclocked in the "factory" right?
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#10
SonDa5
I'm thinking DDR3 prices are going to be going up soon then this cheap single stick will be more appealing.
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eidairaman1
by: BeepBeep2
You know anything running out of JEDEC specs are the same chips used in 1066/1333 kits but screened and overclocked in the "factory" right?
Sorry I know about that, been doin the PC repair for 12 years now, im just saying the Ram that is running at 1600, 2133, 2400 have been tested to that limit with the timings as advertised, not anything higher than that speed or tighter timing or less/more voltage
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