Thursday, August 27th 2009

Team Group Announces New Team Xtreem DDR3 LV Kits

After winning unanimous acclaims from game-players for the triple-channel Xtreem DDR3 2000 and Xtreem DDR3 1866 modules, Team introduces the brand new Xtreem LV (low voltage) DDR3 series targeted at high frequency and low latency. The Xtreem LV series includes the models at 2200, 2133, 2000, 1866, 1600MHz. It is expected that the Xtreem LV series will launch a new wave to the dual-channel module market.

Based on the memory architecture of Core i7/i5, Team has successfully boosted the frequency of DDR3 modules from 1333MHz to 2000MHz in the Xtreem LV series. In addition to enhancing the frequency by nearly 40%, Team has integrated the memory controller of the Xtreem DDR3 LV series to the CPU’s internal architecture in order to break through the technical limit on X48 and P45 platforms. As a result, the performance of the Xtreem DDR3 LV series is unsurpassed. On the other hand, the Xtreem LV DDR3 1866/1600 models are equipped with a low latency design, 7-7-7-21 and 6-7-6-18 (tCL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS) respectively, at the same working voltage of 1.65V, showing off Team’s excellent R&D capability.
In terms of appearance design, the Xtreem DDR3 LV series continues using the customized black aluminum heatsink on the triple-channel Xtreem DDR3 modules and the unique X identity logo to present a different and unique appearance. Based on the uncompromised production process, all Xtreem DDR3 LV modules have gone through the strict dual-channel tests prior to shipping. BGA-packaged genuine chips are used in a 128x8 layout and selected with the Team-exclusive sorting technology to ensure superior product quality. The Xtreem DDR3 LV modules are launched in the 4GB kit (2x2GB) and 2GB kit (2x1GB) to meet the different needs of customers. Also, the triple channel series is equipped with the built-in XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) function to ensure the optimal application for all users.
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6 Comments on Team Group Announces New Team Xtreem DDR3 LV Kits

#1
Paulieg
The Mad Moderator
As usual with Teem, these are going to be great sticks, but at a premium that simply makes them not worth buying.
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Mussels
Moderprator
and again - you can hardly call it low voltage WHEN ITS ABOVE THE JEDEC STANDARDS.


god, i hate marketing.
'low voltage!' means crap when its the MAXIMUM you can use on the socket they're marketing it for.

(dont get me wrong, 2Ghz at 1.65v is good. but its not worth the low voltage tag)
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Paulieg said:
As usual with Teem, these are going to be great sticks, but at a premium that simply makes them not worth buying.
these would be worth the buck compared to the prices that Corsair has. TBH i could care less how much voltage ram uses, because for 1, These are desktops, the only time i care about less voltage is when it's in a laptop
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#4
Depth
Mussels said:
and again - you can hardly call it low voltage WHEN ITS ABOVE THE JEDEC STANDARDS.


god, i hate marketing.
'low voltage!' means crap when its the MAXIMUM you can use on the socket they're marketing it for.

(dont get me wrong, 2Ghz at 1.65v is good. but its not worth the low voltage tag)
Exactly. If 1.65 volts is Low Voltage, what qualifies as Standard Voltage? 230 volt AC?

ReVOLTing marketing. :pimp:
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
what should it matter lol your on 240 VAC anyway
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#6
Depth
Yeah, just plug it in


A failed overclock sometimes mean death. This is a high-stakes game.
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