T-Force launches Xtreem DDR4 memories with frequencies of 5066, 5333 and 5600 MHz

The division TForce from the manufacturer Teamgroup launched its new DDR4 memories with impressive frequencies up to 5600 MHz. The new series of products arrived to coincide with the launch of processors 11th generation Intel Core (codename Rocket Lake).

There are three new product lines in total: T-Force Xtreem DDR4, Xtreem ARGB DDR4 e Xtreem ARGB White DDR4. The company’s promise is that, if used with Intel Z590 chipset motherboards, these memories will offer high performance for gamers and enthusiasts.

These memories have frequencies of 5066, 5333 and even 5600 MHz. O All kits come in 16 GB configurations, with two modules of 8 GB each. According to the company, this decision was made to meet the diverse needs of overclockers.

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Teamgroup staff also shared images of their new RAM modules undergoing burn-in. Included in these tests are motherboards from manufacturers ASRock, Asus, Gigabyte e MSI. In all cases, 11th generation Intel Core i9 processors were used.

“In addition to offering high overclocking speeds, T-Force also attaches great importance to the compatibility of its products. Its DDR4 memory modules with speeds of more than 5000 MHz are compatible with Z590 motherboards from different manufacturers and with processors. 11th generation Intel Rocket Lake, offering extreme speeds to customers worldwide “.
– Official Teamgroup statement

“In addition to offering high overclocking speeds, T-Force also attaches great importance to the compatibility of its products. Its DDR4 memory modules with speeds of more than 5000 MHz are compatible with Z590 motherboards from different manufacturers and with processors. 11th generation Intel Rocket Lake, offering extreme speeds to customers worldwide “.
– Official Teamgroup statement

The 11th generation Intel Core processors were officially announced yesterday, March 30, 2021. The flagship of the line is the Intel Core i9-11900K, of which we already have our review published here on Adrenaline.

These CPUs come with a new core, called Cypress Cove. Along with it, the company has implemented a new Intel Xe graphics chip and supports technologies such as USB 3.2 Gen 2×2, PCIe 4.0, QuickSync and Thunderbolt 4.0.


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The new generation of Intel also brought the Core i7-11700K. an 8-core CPU and 16 threads, with a turbo clock speed of up to 5.0 GHz.

Via: Videocardz, CDRLabs

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