At Computex 2023, TeamGroup revealed 2 additions to its substantial household of memory items. Offered with ARGB heatsinks or subtle black non-RGB heatsinks, the TeamGroup T-Force Xtreem DDR5 memory guarantees high efficiency for memory overclockers and players.
Wanting to equal the high-speed DDR5 sets from business such as G.Skill, the T-Force Xtreem DDR5 memory is offered as much as DDR5-8266, with overclocked XMP 3.0 profiles created to be utilized with Intel’s 13th Gen Core series processors. Relating to the competitors, the T-Force Xtreme DDR5-8266 will be among, if not the fastest, fastest package offered at retail upon its launch, as G.Skill has a package of their Spear Z5 DDR5-8000 at retail.
The most attractive looking of the 2 sets is the T-Force Xtreem ARGB DDR5 memory, with double light pipelines that sit in between black clear acrylic panels. Below the acrylic is a 2 mm thick aluminum alloy heatsink which has actually been anodized black. In between the memory ICs and the heatsink, TeamGroup declares they utilize a ‘extremely thermally conductive silicone gel’ to supply ideal heat dissipation.
In spite of TeamGroup not revealing the height of the DRAM modules, they look quite high, so they may not work with all air coolers, particularly those big dual/triple styles. TeamGroup declares that the heat spreaders themselves have a texture comparable to black sea sand, although the feel of memory is lesser than other things, such as design and real efficiency.
The 2nd package has the very same total shape and style as the ARGB version however without the real ARGB LED lighting. This offers the T-Force Xtreem DDR5 modules a classier appearance with a subtle matte black color design throughout, while one side of the heat spreader has a T-Force logo design badge which advises me of something Star Trek characters have on their uniforms.
Due to the speed of these sets, the T-Force Xtreem sets are mostly for Intel’s existing 13th Gen Core series processors, as AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series simply can not strike the memory speeds that Intel’s 13th Gen chips can. The TeamGroup T-Force Xtreem ARGB DDR5 and T-Force Xtreem DDR5 sets will be available in sets varying in between DDR5-7000 and a blazingly quick DDR5-8266 package.
As it stands, TeamGroup hasn’t revealed its anticipated rates for the T-Force Xtreem ARGB and non-ARGB DDR5 memory sets, nor has it offered what memory ICs they are utilizing or the latency timings. These are anticipated to be revealed more detailed to their launch, which at the minute is unidentified.