These DDR5 memory packages will be available in black and red color options and capacities of 32GB (2x16GB) and 64GB (2x32GB). TeamGroup has not announced the prices and CAS latencies of these memories.
Like other manufacturers, TeamGroup promotes the possibility of overclocking new memory modules, emphasizing that they use a special silicon material to conduct heat, which provides superior cooling for memory and ICs.
The memory modules will support XMP 3.0 on Intel’s Alder Lake CPU platform, allowing PC system creators easy access to the aforementioned speeds of these memories.
By: Olivia J. – Zexron