Thursday, November 19th 2020

Team Group Launches Two ZEUS Series Gaming Memory Modules

TEAMGROUP announced the T-FORCE ZEUS DDR4 U-DIMM Gaming Memory and SO-DIMM DDR4 Gaming Laptop Memory. Both possess a visually-striking design and are constructed with carefully selected, high-quality ICs. Each stick has up to 32 GB of memory and multiple frequency options, allowing you to maintain blazing speeds for your conquering foes.

The T-FORCE ZEUS DDR4 U-DIMM Gaming Memory features T-FORCE's iconic logo and a fierce thunderbolt design, symbolizing the awesome power of Zeus backing up the player. Built with a high-end integrated circuit, this memory module comes with up to 32 GB of RAM and frequency options ranging from DDR4 2666 to DDR4 3200. Say goodbye to complicated BIOS configuration as it supports overclock profiles, allowing you to switch speeds at a press of a button. You can also upgrade easily regardless of whether you use Intel or AMD processors.
Following the release of our VULCAN SO-DIMM Memory, TEAMGROUP announced the T-FORCE ZEUS SO-DIMM DDR4 Gaming Laptop Memory to meet the diverse needs of gaming enthusiasts. One stick features a vast 32 GB of memory while providing RAM speeds of up to 32000Mhz. Players do not have to worry about compatibility issues as it is certified to support the latest 11th Gen Intel Core and AMD Ryzen 4000 Series mobile processors. Level up your game with this fast and simple upgrade for your mobile battle station.

For more information, visit the product pages of the T-FORCE ZEUS DDR4 and T-FORCE ZEUS DDR4 SO-DIMM.
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11 Comments on Team Group Launches Two ZEUS Series Gaming Memory Modules

#1
grok23
"RAM speeds of up to 32000Mhz " orly?
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#2
TheLostSwede
grok23
"RAM speeds of up to 32000Mhz " orly?
CL16-20-20-40 at that...
Oh and an utterly pointless CL20-22-22-46 option too, albeit at 1.2V.
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#3
spectatorx
grok23
"RAM speeds of up to 32000Mhz " orly?
Such frequencies i would expect from ddr7 or even 8, i thought ddr4 max is around 5000MHz :D
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#5
IceShroom
TheLostSwede
CL16-20-20-40 at that...
Oh and an utterly pointless CL20-22-22-46 option too, albeit at 1.2V.
This kits will just work and will have better experience than those CL14/CL16 RAM kit.
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TheLostSwede
IceShroom
This kits will just work and will have better experience than those CL14/CL16 RAM kit.
Eh?
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#7
IceShroom
TheLostSwede
Eh?
With this 1.2V JEDEC modules you dont have to tweak to get the 3200MT/s. Check forum how many people has problem with those 1.35V CL14/16 memory and just to run the kit they have to run at 2133/2400 MTs.
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#8
TheDeeGee
IceShroom
With this 1.2V JEDEC modules you dont have to tweak to get the 3200MT/s. Check forum how many people has problem with those 1.35V CL14/16 memory and just to run the kit they have to run at 2133/2400 MTs.
You're telling us that G.Skills kits with an XMP of 16-16-16-38 @ 3600 MHz will not run that?
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IceShroom
TheDeeGee
You're telling us that G.Skills kits with an XMP of 16-16-16-38 @ 3600 MHz will not run that?
No, I am telling that for most people 1.2V JEDEC kit better choice than 1.35V 3200/3600 kit. Those JEDEC kit will work 3200 on supported platform out of the box, compare to those 1.35V kit.
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#10
bonehead123
WELL.... the lightning bolts did it for me....I'm buying a bunch of these.....then I will tell my clients that if they don't maintain the rigs I build for them, ZEUS will strike them dead, hahahaha :roll:
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#11
Athlonite
For something that's named after the the God Zeus I would have expected way better specs I hope the dingdong who thought this was a good idea gets a sample of Zeus's displeasure right in their child maker parts
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