Team Group teases fast storage and memory solutions at Computex 2024

DDR5-10,000, PCIe 5.0 storage, and more – Team Group are ready to impress at Computex

Team Group has started to tease what they will be showcasing at Computex 2024. For this year’s event, Team Group are working under the “Elevate Gaming, Empowering AI” mantra. That means that they will be showcasing powerful storage and memory solutions for PCs and workstations alike.

On the XTREEM end of the the DR5 memory spectrum Team Group will have new 10,000 MT/s T-Force XTREEM series DDR5 memory modules on show. Additionally, the company will be showcasing new Fuji White and Diamond Rose colour options for their T-FORCE XTREEM DDR5 product range. With these modules, Team Group plans to offer PC builders the fastest memory that their systems can handle, enabling maximised performance for gamers and enthusiasts alike.

Moving onto storage, we have the new T-Force GE Pro Gen 5 M.2 NVMe SSD. This drive will feature sequential read and write speeds of up to 14,000/11,800 MB/s. Team Group has stated that this new drive uses the “latest multi-core energy-efficient controller”, though at this time we cannot confirm what controller this new SSD will be using.

To cool the fastest SSDs, Team Group has built their T-FORCE DARK AirFlow 5 SSD Cooler. This heatsink features a large multi-layer aluminium fin stack and an “intelligent PWM fan” for cooling. This will ensure that your SSD remains cool under high loads, preventing thermal throttling.

 T-CREATE EXPERT Ai CAMM2 memory modules

At Computex 2024, Team Group will also be showcasing new T-CREATE EXPERT Ai CAMM2 memory modules. These modules will feature LPDDR5X memory chips, making these modules suitable for the latest “AI laptops”.

Ahead of Computex, Team Group has revealed impressive specifications for these CAMM2 memory modules. They will offer users 7,500/6,400 MT/s speeds, 60/51.2 GB/s of bandwidth, low latencies of CL28/CL24, and 32 GB/64 GB capacities.

You can join the discussion on Team Group’s Computex 2024 reveal plans on the OC3D Forums.

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