Thursday, May 17th 2018

TEAMGROUP Announces New Specification DDR4-3466 Memory for AMD Ryzen

TEAMGROUP, the world's leading memory brand, officially announces the launch of an advanced version of T-FORCE DARK PRO memory kits with new specifications for the 2nd Generation AMD Ryzen processors. With the rollout of new AMD processors, TEAMGROUP releases an upgrade specification of T-FORCE DARK PRO DDR4 gaming ram up to 3466 MHz. Its high performance and stability prove to meet the requirements of the gaming CPU and provide the best experiences for overclockers and gamers.

T-FORCE DARK PRO is built with high efficiency forged aluminum heat spreader. A unique personal style can be created by matching red and gray nameplates to its low-profile iron gray. T-FORCE DARK PRO also provides absolute stability and reliability with laboratory-scale burn-in test and compatibility verification for major motherboard brands worldwide. From the moment it was released, the popularity of T-FORCE DARK PRO has been on the top demand of DDR4 gaming market. Now T-FORCE is pleased to announce the new specifications DDR4 3466 MHz which push the envelope to the ultra-high performance which will satisfy all the gamers' need for top-notch hardware gaming experience.
This all new T-FORCE DARK PRO DDR4-3466 MHz is a high performance memory powered by selected high quality original IC chips, which brings the performance to a new height for the 2nd generation AMD Ryzen and become the non-stop gaming conquest to raise the user experience throughout.

For more information, visit the product page.
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10 Comments on TEAMGROUP Announces New Specification DDR4-3466 Memory for AMD Ryzen

#1
dj-electric
I am caught a little off-guard here.
wow, these actually look really really sleek.

It has been a while since i've been this impressed with memory design that has no LEDs
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#2
Readlight
These are the most expensive ones 400 euro. Made from gold.
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#3
Caring1
Uses Samsung 8Gb B die chips
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#5
Casecutter
Would Like to see a review of these in comparisons to other low specifications, I can imagine it not all that much, but if you can find them att the right price can be worth searching out.
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#6
zo0lykas
and what price for 16 or 32 ? cant see :(
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#7
nemesis.ie
zo0lykas said:
and what price for 16 or 32 ? cant see :(
I got 4 x 8GB of the 4000MHz "XTREEM" version recently (2 x 16GB kits) for ~€400 (which should mean they will run with a lower latency at the lower clocks Ryzen supports). Just need a TR 2nd gen to connect them to next!

Not sure what these really have over the XTREEM kits which also have a lovely solid look/feel/build.

https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/xtreem-ddr4

Maybe it's just a different look. ;) Perhaps they have a little lower profile too which could be useful.
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#8
Athlonite
3466MHz CL16-18-18-38 no thanks I'd rather they worked on bringing the timings down rather than continually increasing the speeds (MHz) which means not alot if the timings keep getting higher and higher imagine if they could get the timings down to what DDR2 were or DDR3 for that matter but at the speed of 3466MHz
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#9
Prima.Vera
Design is useless on a closed case. How is the performance of those?
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#10
BiggieShady
Athlonite said:
imagine if they could get the timings down to what DDR2 were or DDR3 for that matter but at the speed of 3466MHz
CL16 DDR4 3466MHz has lower latency than CL9 DDR3 1600MHz ... which has same latency as CL18 DDR4 3200MHz but with only half the bandwidth
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