Monday, September 1st 2014

Team Group Launches DDR4 Memory for Desktop/Server Use

Intel's latest X99 platform released Aug. 29, 2014, which marked a milestone where personal computer has officially entered DDR4 high-speed calculating era. As the leading brand of professional memory products, Team Group Inc. has launched DDR4 memory- Elite/Elite+ and Team Server DDR4 targeting mainstream market and server applications respectively.

Following Team Group's tradition of producing high-quality and efficient merchandises, brand-new Team DDR4 memory for desktop and server has adapted 100 percent original particles and passed strict requirements by Team Group, featuring high stability and durability. With complete lifetime warranty (damages from mishandling the product is not covered), it offers customers an excellent high-speed platform experience.

DDR4 has a lower processing voltage (1.2V) compared with DDR3. Meanwhile, thanks to the advancing technology, the memory of DDR4 could more easily expand capacity, compared with DDR3. Team Group firstly launches Elite/Elite+ DDR4-2133 15-15-15-36 and DDR4-2400 16-16-16-39 specs, and offers four packages, including 4 GB/8 GB/8 GB Kit/16 GB Kit, for customers to choose from. It is a must-buy for those who attempt to install a desktop PC by themselves.
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7 Comments on Team Group Launches DDR4 Memory for Desktop/Server Use

#2
GreiverBlade
by: night.fox
wow 2133 CL 15?
so does a DDR3 2133 CL11 does better than that? isn't the DDR4 just DDR3 with higher speed normally ?
well not that DDR4 is useful or a huge step forward ... since only the X99 platform is compatible with, even if the Z97 is compatible with Broadwell it will be only DDR3 right?

also judging by the benchs X99+DDR4 is not that high VS Z97+DDR3 (well only if using the lesser 2011-3 cpu on X99 and 4790K on Z97)
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#3
TheHunter
by: GreiverBlade
so does a DDR3 2133 CL11 does better than that? isn't the DDR4 just DDR3 with higher speed normally ?
well not that DDR4 is useful or a huge step forward ... since only the X99 platform is compatible with, even if the Z97 is compatible with Broadwell it will be only DDR3 right?

also judging by the benchs X99+DDR4 is not that high VS Z97+DDR3 (well only if using the lesser 2011-3 cpu on X99 and 4790K on Z97)
From what DDR4 is slow as hell, even DDR4 3000mhz @ CL15, cant keep up with DDR3 2400mhz CL10.


And yes Broadwell Z87/ Z97 is DDR3 only, Skylake (z170 chipset) will be DDR3 too but with DDR4 support, kinda like in old days with P45 or x38/x48 chipsets.
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#4
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: TheHunter
From what DDR4 is slow as hell, even DDR4 3000mhz @ CL15, cant keep up with DDR3 2400mhz CL10.
Not true. More will be said in a review I post soon. You've been reading the work of noobs. ROFL.
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#5
hat
Maximum Overclocker
DDR4 is just now emerging give it time to mature...
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#6
TheHunter
by: cadaveca
Not true. More will be said in a review I post soon. You've been reading the work of noobs. ROFL.
I meant dual channel vs dual channel, or older apps that dont benefit from quad ram channel. Ie Maxmeem2 or Cinebench openGL tests or most games.
Dunno at least that's what i saw by 2-3 reviews. :)
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cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: TheHunter
I meant dual channel vs dual channel, or older apps that dont benefit from quad ram channel. Ie Maxmeem2 or Cinebench openGL tests or most games.
Dunno at least that's what i saw by 2-3 reviews. :)
reviews so far aren't scaling cache speed when they increase memory clock, so all memory performance is not shown. I have benches with increased cache speed, paints a diffferent picture than those reviews do.
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