Team Group releases fast Dark Pro DDR4 memory

Team Group releases fast Dark Pro DDR4 memory

Team Group has pleased gamers and hardware enthusiasts with the release of new and fast DDR4 memory under the Dark Pro brand name. The new memory runs at 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz and 3333 MHz and is available as 4 GB and 8 GB modules as well as in kits with capacities of 8 GB and 16 GB.

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As with all other DDR4 memory, these Dark Pro modules are designed to run in X99 and Z170-based motherboards for Haswell-E and Skylake processors, respectively. The modules come with an aluminum heat sink and require 1.35V to run properly. Depending on the clock speed the latencies of the memory differ – the 3000 MHz modules operate at 15-15-15-35, while the DDR4-3200 and DDR4-3333 memory chips run at 16-16-16-36 and 17-18-18-39 clocks, correspondingly. The new Team Group memory comes with lifetime warranty as well.

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No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Team Group

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