Sunday, June 4th 2017

Teamgroup Exhibit Their DDR4, SSD Portfolio at Computex 2017

At Computex 2017, Teamgroup put on a show with their products, hoping to place itself in consumers' eyes as having all the latest technologies they could possibly want. Starting with their SSD, there's the heatspreader-equipped M.2 NVMe SSD T-Force Cardea, an MLC SSD (so, a dying breed) with either 240 or 480 GB capacity, which includes a beefy red heatsink to reduce throttling possibilities.
On to DDR4 memory, the Elite+ 2666 DDR4 modules feature an aggressively designed red and black heatsink, available in capacities from 4 GB to 32 GB (2x 16 GB) kits. Next up, for those with no clearance problems whatsoever in their cases, there's the T-Force Xtreem Special Edition, a 4133 MHz memory kit available in a 16 GB (2x 8 GB) capacity.
Finally, we have the T-Force Night Hawk DDR4 kits, which look to answer customer's LED-lighted system memory needs, whose LED lighting really does convey the image of a soaring bird. These come in either Red or Black color combinations, with the LED lighting giving the Night Hawk accent the company was looking for.
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2 Comments on Teamgroup Exhibit Their DDR4, SSD Portfolio at Computex 2017

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Prima.Vera
Why are the new SSD releases stubborn to go beyond 512GB is above my understanding. For the past years, same shitty speeds and capacities, while the prices are going up like crazy.

But that 41223 MHz (41GHz) is a marvel of science! :D
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Raevenlord
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Prima.Vera, post: 3670860, member: 98685"
But that 41223 MHz (41GHz) is a marvel of science! :D
I want to believe, what can I say... =)
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