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Team Launches Elite Series Ultra Low Voltage DDR3 Memory

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  1. btarunr

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    Committed to green technology and environmental protection, Team Group Inc launches the brand new low-voltage edition of the Team Elite DDR3 memory. With the concerted effort of the powerful R&D team, Team has built the DDR3 memory that needs only 1.35V to operate. Apart from the same frequency, the CAS latency of this low-voltage edition is maintained at the 9-9-9-24 (DDR3 1333) high level. Along with the ultrahigh bandwidth at 10,664MB/s and the extraordinary stability and compatibility, this low-voltage edition will surely be the best choice for consumers.

    At the same frequency, the ultra-low voltage edition of Team Elite DDR3 memory operates at a voltage 11.1% lower than standard DDR3 memory (1.5V vs 1.35V). Apart from reducing waste heat, it helps saving a large amount of electricity bill for long-term use. When using the ultra-low voltage edition DDR3, you are saving energy and saving the earth together with Team. More importantly, the ultra-low voltage edition works as stable as any standard DDR3 memory, making it the prime choice of power users emphasizing system stability.

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    Team first launches the low-voltage edition of Elite DDR3 1333 in dual-channel 1GB and 2GB kits and 1GB and 2GB single modules to provide consumers with a wider variety of options.

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    while i'm very happy with 1.35v ram, i dont think it'll pick up til its at 1600Mhz with timings like those.
     
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    I was hoping it was going to be 1.3 or even 1.25.

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    lol that statement would definitely be taken as a "positive" point for the product instead of a negative
     
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    With such crappy clock and timings i could bring my OCZ Platinum down to just 1,0V not 1,35V...
     
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    Would your mobo be able to handle that?
     
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    you sure about that? go try it and find out. i bet you'll have trouble even reaching 1.3v
     
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    I don't think I know of any current boards that support RAM modules lower than 1.35v at the moment. Still, I'll be interested to see how you get on RejZoR.
     
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    there just dual-channel kits why is the pic showing 3 :wtf:
     

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