Team Group launches Zeus memory for overclockers

Team Group, a company that makes computer memory under the brand Team, has released the Zeus DDR3-1600 memory that has been specifically optimized for overclocking.

At default clock speed the memory runs at 1600 MHz with latencies of 9-9-9-24 and sports 1.45-1.5V of voltage. The good news is that Zeus is voltage-tolerant, which means that overclockers can achieve good results with a little voltage bump. Another positive feature is that aluminum heat spreaders cool the memory; users can get it in yellow, blue or red. In addition the memory sticks are just 3 cm tall, which means that they will not interfere with CPU coolers.

So far Team Group offers the Zeus memory in modules with capacity of 4 GB. The memory is available separately or in kits of two for 8 GB of RAM. The kits sell for EUR 70.


Source: Team Group

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