TEAMGROUP launches T-Create EXPERT DDR5 memory modules for creators

Creators are moving to DDR5, and TEAMGROUP has new DDR5 modules for them.

TEAMGROUP launches T-Create EXPERT DDR5 memory modules for creators

TEAMGROUP's new T-CREATE series modules boast new heatsinks and high module capacities for EXPERT users

I don't know about you, but I consider DRAM to be a vital component. Yes, many users may simply purchase modules that offer the highest frequencies or the lowest prices, but doing so ignores a lot of the nitty gritty details that can separate premium modules for cheap tat.

With their new T-CREATE EXPERT modules, TEAMGROUP is targeting creators, users who demand stability, not flashing RGB lights. With their new T-CREATE EXPERT DDR5 modules, TEAMGROUP is not only moving to DDR5, they are also offering users a new cooling module design, and per module capacities of 16GB and 32GB. For dual-channel kits, these modules will be available in 32GB (2x16GB), and 64GB (2x32GB) packages.

TEAMGROUP's EXPERT DDR5 modules will ship with speeds of up to DDR5-5600, which may not be the highest speeds on the market, but are sitting at the expected recommended frequency ranges of next-generation Ryzen 7000 Zen 4 and Intel 13th generation Raptor Lake processors. These speeds are ideal for long-term stability, as it doesn't put extra pressure on CPU memory controllers, or push anything beyond their design specifications. If there is one thing that creators don't want, it's an unstable system.     

TEAMGROUP launches T-Create EXPERT DDR5 memory modules for creators

TEAMGROUP's T-CREATE EXPERT DDR5 memory modules are available in full desktop DIMM sizes. Additionally, TEAMGROUP has also create T-CREATE CLASSIC SO-DIMM modules for laptops, which offer users up to DDR5-5600 speeds and per module capacities of up to 16GB. 

You can join the discussion on TEAMGROUP's new T-CREATE EXPERT and T-CREATE CLASSIC DDR5 modules on the OC3D Forums

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