Team Group releases Skylake-optimized DDR4 memory

Team Group releases Skylake-optimized DDR4 memory

The maker of computer memory Team Group has released new DDR4 memory that has been optimized for use with Intel Skylake processors. The new memory is called Xtreem DDR4 and runs at 3466 MHz and 3600 MHz.

The memory is designed for use with Intel Z170-based motherboards and in addition to the high clock speeds that it boasts, it also offers a large capacity of 16 GB in dual-channeled kits (2 x 8 GB). Futhermore the Team Group Xtreem DDR4 is certified for compatibility with ASUS ROG motherboards and has support for XMP.

The new Team Group memory measures 133.4 x 52.3 mm and comes equipped with aluminum heat sinks that will help gamers battle heat. The 3466 MHz memory works at 17-19-19-39 latencies and provides 27 700 MB/sec of bandwidth, while the faster DDR4-3600 memory operates at 18-20-20-39 latencies and provides 28 800 MB/sec of bandwidth. In both cases the Xtreem DDR4 works at 1.35V.

There’s no word on pricing as of now but the new Team Group memory comes with a lifetime warranty.

Source: Team Group

Related posts

OpenOffice gets a new version

If you are one of those people who don’t want to pay Microsoft to use their products then OpenOffice.org has some good news for you. The free open source office productivity software suite known as OpenOffice has gotten a new version that carries the 3.4 version number and along with it...

Inno 3D debuts GTX 780 Ti with hand-picked GPUs

Inno 3D debuts GTX 780 Ti with hand-picked GPUs

The graphics card maker Inno 3D has come up with another version of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti. The new card is called GeForce GTX 780 Ti X3 Ultra DHS Edition and comes with hand-picked GPUs that can operate at higher clock speed than normal. The card also makes use of the company’s in-house...

Activision working on Walking Dead-like FPS game

Activision working on Walking Dead-like FPS game

The recent success of zombie-based games such as Left 4 Dead is hardly deniable and despite we are a few years into this trend Activision still hopes to make some cash out of a zombie-themed game that heavily borrows motifs from the Walking Dead franchise. The company has officially announced...

Leave a comment