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Team Launches Vulcan Series Overclocking Memory

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  1. btarunr

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    Team Group Inc., one of the leading memory manufacturers in the world, continues to make breakthroughs in over-clocking memory modules. Not only the new Team Vulcan series is making its entrance into the increasingly diversified and complete over-clocking product line, but also new 8GB memory modules are rolling out as a member of Xtreem, Dark and Vulcan series. The high clock speed and low timing design improves system operation performance dramatically, making it the perfect choice for players looking for extreme performance.

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    The Vulcan series features extraordinary quality and extreme clock speed
    Named after the god of fire in Greek mythology, the Team Vulcan is the combination of high-end craftsmanship and top-notch technology. The short version heat sink of Team Vulcan prevents difficulty in installation due to large and bulky heat dissipation device of motherboard. The arrow-shaped opening design helps increase heat dissipation. In addition, the explosively red color combined with diamond cut pattern not only shows great texture but also the crazy sensation of over-clocking speed.

    Made of chips from major manufacturers, Team Vulcan passes series of harsh testing and verification procedures which have proven its stability and durability. Currently, DDR3 2400 CL10, DDR3 2133 CL11, DDR3 1866 CL9/10/11 and DDR3 1600 CL9 are available to cover the mainstream Dual- and Quad-channel specifications that pretty much satisfy the demands of players of all levels.

    8GB over-clocking memory module provides supports for system operations that makes what is good to what is better
    For years Team Group has been working hard in developing over-clocking memory module market, and that hard work has won the recognition amongst players. This time, 8GB over-clocking memory modules made of specially selected 512x8 chips from major manufacturers are rolling out for Team Xtreem, Team Dark and Team Vulcan series. Take Intel X79 motherboard that supports up to 8 modules for example, that is a total of 64GB! Graphics, games, or multi-programming will run with ease. The built-in automatic over-clocking technology of the latest version 1.3 Intel XMP gives the product better supports. The products can perform their best at a merely 1.5V, and that is green.

    As a leading provider of memory storage products to the consumer market, Team Group is committed to providing the best storage, multimedia and data sharing solutions. All Team memory module products come with a lifetime warranty, repair and replacement services. For more information, please visit the Team website at www.teamgroup.com.tw.

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  2. Prima.Vera

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    How much those DDR3-2400 ?? CL10 is neat.. ;)
     
  3. Random Murderer

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    as long as they end up being cheaper than the G.Skill kits, I may have to pick up a 4x8GB kit of the 2133MHz Xtreem for "testing" :D
    1.5v on an 8GB density module at 2133MHz and CAS 11 is pretty damn good, and I'm sure this RIVE will just love them!

    EDIT: I don't think I've ever actually been excited for the launch of new RAM until now...:wtf:
     
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