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Team Group ZEUS Overclocking DDR3 Memory Modules Now Available

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  1. btarunr

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    Zeus in ancient Greek mythology went against his father and unfair principles in his world. After ten years of war, he finally was able to take over the power and introduced to people political freedm and justice in agreements. Today, well known memory manufacturer - Team Group also decided to fight against the rules in our actual world by intoducing ZEUS Overclocking memory series. Normally it has 1600 MHz speed, but model is totally made for overclocking the systems to the maximum limits.

    Memory "bones" works normally with voltage from 1.45V to 1.5V, which means it will be totally easy to tweak them into bigger speed with a little higher voltage. All pieces were hand picked and tested at the factory before entering the sales. Total height of Zeus memory is 3 cm, so they are fully suitable for any highend computers with popular lately gigantic CPU coolers.

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    Team Group ZEUS Overclocking memory is available in three colors - red, blue and gold. Package includes aluminium radiator, which takes heat from overclocked RAM. Of course, the manufacturer gives on this serie full lifetime warranty, even with strong overclock testing.

    Technical details:
    • Product name: Team Group ZEUS Overclocking - DDR3-1600 - CL9 - 8 GB
    • Colors:
      o red
      o blue
      o gold
    • Manufacturer part number:
      o TZRD38G1600HC9DC01
      o TZBD38G1600HC9DC01
      o TZYD38G1600HC9DC01
    • Height: 3 cm (low profile)
    • Memory type: DDR3
    • Capacity: 8 GB (2x 4GB)
    • Speed: 1600 MHz
    • Latency: CL 9-9-9-24
    • Voltage: 1.45V-1.5V
    • Built-in radiator: Yes
    • Dice: 2 pcs
    • Dual channel support: Yes
    • JEDEC certificate: Yes
    • Manufacturer warranty: lifetime
    Prices start at 69.90 EUR (incl.VAT)
     
  2. Jorge

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    The pretty colors will improve sales. ;)
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Are those little led lights I see?
     
  4. Prima.Vera

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    My 2133Mhz have the same voltage...
     
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    They're probably to match the different board manufacturer colors. For example, ASUS' mainstream boards have the gold color scheme, so the gold DIMMs would match them. And the red would go nicely with their ROG line up.

    Except yours are rated for different timings.



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    On a side note, I found the part where it says "Built-in radiator: Yes" comical. Language barrier? Surely they meant heatspreaders.
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    there's alot of ram with the same voltage. ;)

    Id love to try a set of these to see what I could get outa them.
     
  7. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    Teem group has a habit of making damn good memory. I still have a set of 1333 samsung of theirs that does 2200ish from a while back (2x1gb)
     
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Dave you see about getting of these, Have you talked to Team Group yet?
     

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