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Team Group Launches the Team Elite 32GB DDR4-2400 Module

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Team Group launched its first 32 GB memory module, the Team Elite TED432G2400C1601. This is a dual-rank DIMM with eight 32 Gbit DRAM chips, with a rated clock-speed of DDR4-2400, and timings of 16-16-16-39, and module voltage of 1.20 V. The module features a simple black PCB of standard height (32 mm), and comes without any heatspreader or heatsink.

Team Group is also selling a 64 GB (2x 32 GB) dual-channel kit with two of these DIMMs, which bears the SKU TED464G2400C16DC01. To use these modules, you'll need either a 9th generation or 10th generation Intel Core processor, or 3rd generation AMD Ryzen, as 32 GB dual-rank DIMMs are unlikely to be supported by older processors. Team Group is backing these modules with lifetime warranty, and is likely to price the 32 GB single-module at USD $150, and the dual-channel kit at $300.



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