Thursday, December 20th 2018

Team T-Force XTREEM Memory Modules Grab SUPER PI 32m Overclocking World Record

TEAMGROUP is proudly announcing the T-FORCE has done to the apex again, work with world's Korean renown overcloker, SAFEDISK, by using the T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4 4500 MHz modules all the way grabbed the world record of SUPER PI 32m calculation, successfully beat all the powerful professional overclockers from HWBOT and all over the world. This excellent performance of T-FORCE XTREEM made the possibility of completion on SUPER PI 32m calculation within 4 minutes and 5 seconds which is unbelievably amazing!

SUPER PI is a significant DRAM module overclocking benching application, also a way to check the overall module specification stability. This time T-FORCE understands need to show the high performance and stability in front of all the users. Thus works with SAFEDISKset up the test environment including T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4 4500 MHz module, Intel Core i9 9900K "Coffee Lake Refresh" CPU and ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex motherboard. Without a doubt, the world record has been posted at HWBOT and all over the public platform in front of everyone to be the witness of all this awesome performance record from T-FORCE module.
Several international prizes awarded T-FORCE XTREEM, just released the DDR4 4500 8GBx2 new specification, and has recorded the very important world record! The quality of this module with 4500 MHz including insists on using high-quality original Samsung DDR4 B-die IC which were selected and passed through various rigorous internal tests as well as top-notch aluminum extrusion process and CNC craft machining. Of all this is tail made design for all users. TEAMGROUP is always focus on bringing extreme computer performance to satisfy global gamers' desire for blazing fast performance. TEAMGROUP will keep the promise to release more and more excellent and high-performance modules to achieve more world records.

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21 Comments on Team T-Force XTREEM Memory Modules Grab SUPER PI 32m Overclocking World Record

#1
dj-electric
This world record has been achieved using a Z270 board and 9900K.
That's rich.
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Valantar
dj-electric said:
This world record has been achieved using a Z270 board and 9900K.
That's rich.
Wait, are you suggesting that Intel's policy of forced motherboard replacements is unnecessary and hostile to users? What? I'm shocked.


Also, one has to appreciate when the press release for a DDR4-4500 kit announcing a world performance record shows that record was achieved with the RAM clocked at 4200MT/s. I'm tempted to think that RAM clocked that high is a bit silly to begin with.
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#3
Vayra86
Teamgroup is always focus! The quality insists!

:kookoo:
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#4
Enterprise24
I remember that 4133 12-11-11-28 always bring lower time than 4200 12-12-12-28.
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#5
Rahnak
Unbelievably amazing!
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#6
nemesis.ie
I love their RAM, but this PR needs to be edited; it looks like it was rushed out. It's a tad hard to follow and a bit "lost in translation". ;)
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#7
Valantar
Vayra86 said:
Teamgroup is always focus! The quality insists!

:kookoo:
the T-FORCE has done to the apex again
What have they done to the apex? And what or who is the apex, and what things can be done to it/them?
all the way grabbed the world record of SUPER PI 32m calculation
I'm glad they grabbed it all the way, if they only grabbed it partially they might have dropped it or something.
unbelievably amazing!
Okay. I guess you're right, I don't believe this is all that amazing.
This time T-FORCE understands need to show the high performance and stability in front of all the users.
As opposed to all the previous times when you didn't understand the need for this, and just went "eh, screw it, who needs marketing?"?
Without a doubt, the world record has been posted at HWBOT and all over the public platform in front of everyone
I'm glad there is no doubt of this. If you didn't say so, I would of course immediately think you were lying about this easily verifiable fact.
has recorded the very important world record!
Very important. As opposed to unimportant world records. We don't care about those. Only important ones! Like... SUPER PI. Yeah, real important, that one. World altering.
Of all this is tail made design for all users.
Tailor made? For all users? That seems like a stretch. Grandpa playing Solitaire or Jim at the office with his Word documents won't have any use for 4500MT/s memory. One-size-fits-all is quite literally the opposite of tailor-made, after all.
TEAMGROUP is always focus on bringing extreme computer performance to satisfy global gamers' desire for blazing fast performance.
Verb conjugation is apparently far more difficult than when to not include the possessive 's'.
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#8
nemesis.ie
Pretty much. :)

That said, I think they are correct with gamers' - i.e. something belonging to gamers (plural). :) The "desire belonging to gamers", in this case.

So we can give them 1 point for effort on that at least.
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#9
CheapMeat
Just wanted to add that those are nice looks DIMMs. I like the industrial-ish look.
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#10
phanbuey
CheapMeat said:
Just wanted to add that those are nice looks DIMMs. I like the industrial-ish look.
Yeah those would look good with any build/color scheme.
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#11
nemesis.ie
@CheapMeat I have two sets from them a 3866 and a 4000 in that style (with the silver) they perform well and feel solid without any unneeded "bling" etc. The price is not bad compared to certain other brands (G.S, cors<cough>) too.
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#12
Vayra86
Valantar said:
What have they done to the apex? And what or who is the apex, and what things can be done to it/them?

I'm glad they grabbed it all the way, if they only grabbed it partially they might have dropped it or something.

Okay. I guess you're right, I don't believe this is all that amazing.

As opposed to all the previous times when you didn't understand the need for this, and just went "eh, screw it, who needs marketing?"?

I'm glad there is no doubt of this. If you didn't say so, I would of course immediately think you were lying about this easily verifiable fact.

Very important. As opposed to unimportant world records. We don't care about those. Only important ones! Like... SUPER PI. Yeah, real important, that one. World altering.

Tailor made? For all users? That seems like a stretch. Grandpa playing Solitaire or Jim at the office with his Word documents won't have any use for 4500MT/s memory. One-size-fits-all is quite literally the opposite of tailor-made, after all.

Verb conjugation is apparently far more difficult than when to not include the possessive 's'.
You should apply for a job at Team T Force. Put the T in Spelling & Grammar over there! :toast:
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#13
nemesis.ie
Eh!?!? Hold your horses there, there's a queue for interviews! ;)
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#14
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
I remember when this took 20-30 minutes for a good cpu to run
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#15
Voluman
cdawall said:
I remember when this took 20-30 minutes for a good cpu to run
Hehe, yeah, i killed my motherboard with crazy subtimings on a s478 P4 to get under 30 mins. ( Btw i was 2nd at hwbot with p4 on air with that :P )
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#16
Sabishii Hito
I briefly owned a kit of the 4500 T-Force and they sucked equestrian gonads, this must have been a very well-binned set.
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#17
nemesis.ie
Maybe it was your CPU's IMC or motherboard that were the issue? Did you do better with a different set?
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#18
Sabishii Hito
nemesis.ie said:
Maybe it was your CPU's IMC or motherboard that were the issue? Did you do better with a different set?
Yep. Random G.Skill TridentZ 3866 set from ebay did 4133 12-11-11-28-1T tight subs 32M stable.
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#19
Chloe Price
Remember when Teem Xtreem had some great RAM in the DDR1 era.
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#20
[XC] Oj101
Chloe Price said:
Remember when Teem Xtreem had some great RAM in the DDR1 era.
And DDR2. I have a set of TX DDR2-800 with D9GMH that did 600 MHz 3-3-3-9.
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