Friday, March 26th 2021

Team T-FORCE Gaming Launches the Next-Gen with Overclockable DDR5 Memory

TEAMGROUP has worked vigorously on the development of next-generation DDR5 memory. After completing validation tests for standard DDR5 U-DIMM and SO-DIMM products with the collaboration of major motherboard manufacturers, TEAMGROUP is announcing an exciting breakthrough today: its T-FORCE brand has successfully created DDR5 overclocking memory. Samples were immediately sent to ASUS, ASRock, MSI, and GIGABYTE for collaborative testing of its overclocking capability. Consumers can expect TEAMGROUP's products to be fully compatible with motherboards from the four major manufacturers when the DDR5 generation arrives.

The DDR5 overclocking memory has greater room for voltage adjustment, due to its upgraded power management IC. This PMIC can support high frequency overclocking with voltage over 2.6 V. In previous generations, voltage conversion was controlled by the motherboard. With DDR5, components were moved to the memory, enabling the module to handle the voltage conversion, which not only reduces voltage wear but also reduces noise generation. This allows significantly increased room for overclocking compared to the past, and more powerful computing processing.
T-FORCE will continue to forge ahead and develop DDR5 memory for various applications. The strong momentum it has built with its brand and technology during the DDR4 era will be carried forward into the future as it continues to explore the overclocking limits of DDR5, achieve performances that eclipse previous generations, and enhance the reliability of its product applications. During this transitory period of DRAM, T-FORCE is an industry leader, planning for future long-term development and providing the most mainstream DDR5 solutions.
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13 Comments on Team T-FORCE Gaming Launches the Next-Gen with Overclockable DDR5 Memory

#1
aQi
No clock speeds disclosed ?
If its that much ready i guess we are close to the disclose of new supported hardware.
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#2
maxfly
I look forward to one day being able to test these ocable ddr5 modules. Until then ill take your word for it TG, Forge on!
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#3
Prima.Vera
8+ Ghz or GFO....
OK. 7.2Ghz is also acceptable ;)
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#4
R0H1T
aQiNo clock speeds disclosed ?
What's the point? Where's the CPUs for them?
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#5
watzupken
Wow, 2.6V... I think overclocked DDR5 modules will require beefier heatsink (not heatspread) and mandatory active cooling soon.
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btarunr
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aQiNo clock speeds disclosed ?
If its that much ready i guess we are close to the disclose of new supported hardware.
The first enthusiast frequency standard will be DDR5-7200 MHz, I think.
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#7
Caring1
We'll see the return of water cooled Ram with these.
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#8
TumbleGeorge
aQiNo clock speeds disclosed ?
If its that much ready i guess we are close to the disclose of new supported hardware.
In previous article for TH DDR5 was shared that real mass manufacturing of this memories will begin in Q3 2021 and in those articles stay word only for samples.
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#9
bonehead123
watzupkenWow, 2.6V... I think overclocked DDR5 modules will require beefier heatsink (not heatspread) and mandatory active cooling soon.
^^THIS^^

wow indeed :D
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#10
biffzinker
watzupkenWow, 2.6V... I think overclocked DDR5 modules will require beefier heatsink (not heatspread) and mandatory active cooling soon.
Voltage supplied by the board to the DIMM slots for down stepping to 1.1/2? Similar to Intel's integrated VR on the CPU.
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#11
Final_Fighter
sounds like ddr5 will demand a premium in cost do to the way voltage is handled. in theory you should save on the motherboard side, but every time you upgrade memory its going to cost more per upgrade or purchase. i wonder if we will start to get things like "LLC" for memory. i mean, the higher you run the voltage to get a stable overclock also means you will have more ripple and vdrop that will need to be controlled. interesting to see if amd is ready for ddr5. if amd can get its infinity fabric to scale with ddr5 speeds than this will be a nice performance boost on its own.
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#12
Caring1
Power phases for the Vram might be increased to handle these and as mentioned above there might even be a separate controller that handles LLc etc.
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#13
Redwoodz
The increase is in the supply voltage which is then regulated on module. Goal was likely a more stable voltage at higher voltages with multiple modules.
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