Tuesday, May 15th 2012

Team Launches Xtream DDR3-3000 MHz Memory

After revealing Xtreem DDR3 2800 CL11 dual-channel memory module ahead of any one in the market, Team Group Inc., one of the leading memory manufacturers in the world, beats everyone else once again by rewriting the history of over-clocking memory market.The limited version of Xtreem DDR3 3000 CL11 designed with higher standard is making the impossible possible.

Team Group, powerful and strong at what we are doing, has always been working every minute to develop over-clocking products that are equipped with higher specifications and speed. Every time a product rolls out in the market, the wows never stop. This time Team Group leads the industry by launching Limited Edition Xtreem DDR3 3000 CL11 which is not only the fastest available. It is about to detonate the explosive desire of all overclocking maniacs. Xtreem DDR3 3000 CL11 is made of specially selected chips from major manufacturers and passes rigorous testing and verification procedures.

It is not only compatible with Intel's latest Z77 chipset but also equipped with the latest Intel XMP V1.3. That is a full-scale improvement of quality and performance, a perfect presentation of high clock rate and low timing. The volume can go as high as 8GB Kit (4GBx2). It is a total satisfaction for high-end players' demands for audio/video clips, games and any application that requires extreme calculation performance and large volume of storage, and that gives everyone the thrill of speed never before seen.

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.
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4 Comments on Team Launches Xtream DDR3-3000 MHz Memory

The LV2800 is nowhere to be found:D

I wonder how many kits of 3000 is actually produced for retail sale. Finding Ivy that can go DDR3 3000 already takes time to bin. Lol
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Now this is what I"m talking about. 1 question tho...Can you use those at this freq without overclocking your CPU?? I know there are some board out there that can support 2660Mhz for RAMs, but I don't know....
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Steven B
yea i haven't seen any retail CPU that can do 3ghz on the memory, i am sure one exists somewhere lol. I also haven't seen a board be able to use the 30.00x multiplier.

Can these memory makers start giving us benching memory, as in tight timings at around 2400mhz or even 2200 with cas7.

IDK tho, this is easier to buy than binning a bunch of samsung kits.

Let's hope however these aren't single sided hynix.

I am surprised they beat g.skill to it, for that, bravo!
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This is crazy-fast. I just upgraded from ddr2 800 to ddr3 1866 and they're already talking about ddr3 3000 and ddr4.
Pretty sick kit for 4gb dimms.
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