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Team Launches Brand New Elite DDR3 Series

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    Resisting the cold winter of industry, domestic leading memory-maker Team Group today announced two new DDR module series, Team Elite DDR3 1333/1066 for desktops and laptops in 1GB and 2GB capacities, with rich experience in R&D of DDR3 overclocking modules. Team also introduced the dual-channel kit for the Elite DDR3 LO-DIMM as a total solution for users upgrading their memory modules to avoid incompatibility among chips and with the motherboard. Team emphasized that every module has been tested to comply with all the relevant tests to ensure maximum compatibility and premium quality. Therefore, Team Elite DDR3 1333/1066 are the best choices for upgrading your PC efficiency!

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    While leading motherboard makers are aggressively promoting dual-core, quad-core and even octa-core CPUs, the market demand of advanced memory modules is escalating. This has urged DDR module makers to upgrade their DDR3 products. In addition to delivering faster speed than the DDR2 modules, new-generation DDR3 modules working at 1.5V save energy about 20% more compared with the DDR2 working at 1.8V; i.e. they are more eco-friendly in terms of energy conservation and carbon reduction. Continuing with the premium quality tradition of all DDR module series, Team insists on using genuine top-quality chips that have passed the longtime burn-in test. Also, all Team DDR3 modules are manufactured strictly according to the specifications specified by the JEDEC (Joint Electronic Device Engineering Council). Therefore, they are the standard feature for advanced PC users to upgrade their platforms.

    According to Team President Danny Hsha, “The DDR3 specification has become the mainstream memory standard to cope with the new requirements of multi-core CPUs, emerging operating systems and applications. It is expected that the DDR3 will gradually replace the market dominance of DDR2 after Q3 2009. Team thus launches the new DDR3 series to meet the comprehensive requirements of consumers and to make the product range fuller. Eyeing the market potential of DDR3, we will adjust our operating strategies to deliver consumers the most and best suitable DDR modules.”

    Optional aluminum heat sinks are available for both Elite DDR3 1333/1066 (with/without heat sink based on products as shipped) to enhance chip cooling efficiency. The Elite DDR3 1333/1066 are high-speed, energy saving and high-efficiency, and come with a lifetime warranty from Team. If you want to learn more about Team DDR modules, please visit out site at teamgroup.com.tw.

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    I like that fact this company are looking at producing DDR3 modules that run at 1.5v, and they promote this. Though I did have to change their sentence saying, "i.e. they are eco-friendlier..." :rolleyes:
    IMO we still need chip MFs to manufacture some 1600+ chips which run less than 1.65v
     
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    They have some seriously fast memory in their xtreme series. But where do can you buy it?
     
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    are they ever gonna sell ram thats not 3x as much as everyone elses?
     
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