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TeamGroup's T-Force Vulkan Series of DDR5 Gaming Memory Kits Offer 5,200 MT/s speeds and 64GB kit Sizes

5,200 MT/s speeds and kits that are up to 64GB in size.

Team Group's T-Force Vulkan Series of DDR5 Gaming Memory Kits Offer 5,200 MT/s speeds and 64GB kit Sizes

TeamGroup Preps for the DDR5 Era with High-Performance DDR5 Gaming Modules

TeamGroup has just revealed their first gaming-oriented DDR5 memory kits, dual-channel kits that will offer frequencies between 4,800 MT/s and 5,200 MT/s. These new modules are part of their new T-Force Vulkan DDR5 memory range.

These DDR5 kits will be available with black or red colour options and kit capacities of 32GB (2x16GB) and 64GB (2x32GB). Sadly, TeamGroup has not revealed the pricing or CAS latencies of these new memory kits, making us unable to gauge their performance levels fully. 

Like many other manufacturers, TeamGroup is advertising the overclockability of these new memory modules, stating that they are using a special thermal conducting silicone material to bond their heatsinks to their memory chips, enabling superior cooling for both their memory and its power ICs. These memory modules will support XMP 3.0 on Intel's Alder Lake CPU platform, allowing PC builders to easily access the rated speeds of these memory DIMMs. 

What follows is TeamGroup's Press Release for their T-Force Vulkan memory modules.  

Team Group's T-Force Vulkan Series of DDR5 Gaming Memory Kits Offer 5,200 MT/s speeds and 64GB kit Sizes


PR - TEAMGROUP Announces T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY

The global memory provider TEAMGROUP has announced the T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY. Designed for overclocking, the new RAM takes the design language of the sleek and compact DDR4 series even further. Its aluminium alloy heatspreader comes in a unibody design, created through a sophisticated stamping process. It features a gorgeous streamlined body and multi-angular design, outlining its one-of-a-kind visual aesthetics. With the highest-spec kit providing capacity of 2X32GB for dual channel mode and frequency of up to 5,200 MHz, the T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 will lead the new generation of overclocking memory with its beauty and performance.

The T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY, debuted at the recent TEAMGROUP Online Launch Event 2021, has been highly anticipated by both gaming and overclocking enthusiasts worldwide. It uses a special thermal conducting silicone to strengthen the adhesion between the heat sink and memory, enhancing the cooling of the power management IC. The ingenious thermal design quickly dissipates heat from top to bottom, allowing the memory to maintain the optimal working temperature and provide more stable operation. It is available in frequencies of 4,800 MHz and 5,200 MHz and capacity options of single 16 GB and 32 GB sticks and dual-channel 2X16GB and 2X32GB kits, meeting the needs of a wide range of consumers seeking ultra-fast speeds. The VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY is fully tested for compatibility and reliability and will deliver incredible performance to gamers and overclocking enthusiasts around the world.

At the forefront of the DDR5 generation, the T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY supports XMP 3.0 for One-Click Overclocking, Intel's latest memory profile technology. It is equipped with a power management IC and features on-die error correction code (ECC) for more reliable and efficient power usage, providing greater performance and more stable computing. Worthy of its namesake, the mighty VULCAN DDR5 will transform your desktop PC and take it to the next level. 

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