Thursday, December 5th 2019

Team Group Releases T-Force Xtreem ARGB DDR4 Memory with Mirror Finish

Today TEAMGROUP's gaming brand T-FORCE announces the release of the world's first mirror design T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB Gaming Memory, leading the industry with full mirror reflection, light penetration and ARGB three major core technologies. Up to DDR4 4800MHZ of frequency offers a smooth user experience. The mirror design enhances the detail of the texture and it has an incomparable dominance in both visual beauty and gaming performance.

With creative thinking, T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB Gaming Memory is the first in the industry to feature full-screen light guiding technology. After researching optical principles and characteristics of light, special designed LED lighting method and Addressable RGB LED (Addressable RGB: A single LED capable of emitting colours independently and controlling speed) are used to allow players to change the RGB lighting freely. The product's full mirror screen is a combination of special spluttering process and full-screen light guiding technology, which is capable of directly penetrating and reflecting surrounding products. The optical beauty of gaming memory can be re-interpreted innovatively. The highest frequency of T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB is up to DDR4 4800 MHz. Its IC chips are selected through a rigorous testing process. Each of them is tested for complete compatibility and stability. This gaming memory with a magic mirror is specially designed for gamers and PC DIY enthusiasts.
T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB has built-in O.C Profile that allows you to enjoy the ultra-fast experience of one-click overclocking technology on either Intel or AMD platform. Supports all major brands' lighting effect control software, so you can create the coolest lighting effect with a unique personal style. The elegant texture of the mirror design created when T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB is not illuminated and ARGB's beauty of light penetrating when it is illuminated, are leading the trend of gaming memory perfectly.

For more information, visit the product page.
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20 Comments on Team Group Releases T-Force Xtreem ARGB DDR4 Memory with Mirror Finish

#1
ShurikN
The sticks actually look pretty sick with the lights turned off
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#3
BakerMan1971
Very pretty, would look great in a rig with black chrome tubing
lots of possibilities
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#5
Zubasa
These actually also comes in 3600 CL14, which is really nice for Ryzen.
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#6
bonehead123
nice, but at 4800mhz, theys gonna be hellaexpensive, and hotter than normal too, with the entire stick being encased on both sides, yes ?

Also the 3rd & 5th pics make them look as though the tops are angled, or that they are leaning on each other, or are me eyes deceiving me again ?
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#7
Th3pwn3r
bonehead123
nice, but at 4800mhz, theys gonna be hellaexpensive, and hotter than normal too, with the entire stick being encased on both sides, yes ?

Also the 3rd & 5th pics make them look as though the tops are angled, or that they are leaning on each other, or are me eyes deceiving me again ?
Why are you mentioning the heat? Just curious.
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#8
Shocktruppen
bonehead123
nice, but at 4800mhz, theys gonna be hellaexpensive, and hotter than normal too, with the entire stick being encased on both sides, yes ?

Also the 3rd & 5th pics make them look as though the tops are angled, or that they are leaning on each other, or are me eyes deceiving me again ?
No not leaning on each other, if you enlarge the 3rd photo you can see the memory sticks are staggered and not fully pressed down into the slots in order for you to see all four memory sticks, and to enhance the look too .
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#9
bonehead123
Th3pwn3r
Why are you mentioning the heat? Just curious
Just because they look alot more boxed in than most other ram with lights & spreaders, and there also appears to be less room between each stick for air circulation....

It may just be the pics that make it seem that way, or maybe that's just the way they look to me...
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#10
deu
I really dig that design imo. Its 'G.Skill TridentZ 2020' sorta
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#11
Th3pwn3r
bonehead123
Just because they look alot more boxed in than most other ram with lights & spreaders, and there also appears to be less room between each stick for air circulation....

It may just be the pics that make it seem that way, or maybe that's just the way they look to me...
Ah alright. I never even thought ram needed much cooling period.
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#12
kapone32
Those are some seriously tall RAM. I doubt you could use an air cooler with those sticks. They do look pretty nice though. Team Group is usually the cheapest RAM you can buy so hopefully these will not be too eye-watering.
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#14
Totally
Shocktruppen
No not leaning on each other, if you enlarge the 3rd photo you can see the memory sticks are staggered and not fully pressed down into the slots in order for you to see all four memory sticks, and to enhance the look too .
Nah, the top edge is angled look at the last pic.
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#15
yakk
Needs more logo.
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#16
EarthDog
bonehead123
nice, but at 4800mhz, theys gonna be hellaexpensive, and hotter than normal too, with the entire stick being encased on both sides, yes ?

Also the 3rd & 5th pics make them look as though the tops are angled, or that they are leaning on each other, or are me eyes deceiving me again ?
The tops are angled... I get that out of it too.

As far as temps and such, its RAM, they don't need cooling. But Im sure this is better than nothing regardless.

Th3pwn3r
Ah alright. I never even thought ram needed much cooling period.
They don't. ;)
kapone32
Those are some seriously tall RAM.
Naa. It may be 1/2 inch above the height of the PCB? I don't see these as much taller than Trident Z Neo's or something (which few would consider 'seriously tall').
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#17
robot zombie
Definitey agree, those are seriously nice! I was gonna get another pair of TridentZ to bring me up to 32gb but now I'm seriously tempted to get a 32gb kit of these instead. I really liked the older, non-neo TridentZ sticks... they're just iconic at this point. But I might actually prefer these more. That muted glow is right up my alley. Why are they doing this to me. I don't need to replace my RAM.
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#18
TechLurker
I like these as much as I liked the Trident Royals; the mirror finish and otherwise minimal look when the RGB is off. Although that soft "sea blue" lighting in the 4th image is quite tasteful too.

Though if G.Skill would make mirrored Trident Z RAM (non-Royal edition) using their black/white version as a base (mirrored black with a pearlescent white accent), I'd be torn between this and the Tridents.
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#19
Prima.Vera
Looks aside, what are the specs for all modules?
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#20
ShurikN
Prima.Vera
Looks aside, what are the specs for all modules?
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