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T-FORCE Unveils XTREEM DDR4 Intel Rocket Lake-S

TEAMGROUP has announced today the release of new specifications for its T-FORCE high clock rated memory products that will coincide with the launch of Intel 11th Gen Rocket Lake processors: the T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4, XTREEM ARGB DDR4, and XTREEM ARGB WHITE DDR4. When these high clock rate memory modules are paired with the latest Z590 motherboards, users will experience blistering speeds and top performance that will satisfy overclocking enthusiasts and gamers around the world.

T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4 for Intel Rocket Lake-S

T-FORCE’s R&D team continues to push clock speeds to greater heights and has successfully launched new 5600 MHz, 5333 MHz, and 5066 MHz DDR4 memory modules to pair with the latest Z590 motherboards and Intel 11th Gen Rocket Lake processors. Under its XTREEM product line, T-FORCE is releasing a DDR4 memory kit with a clock rate of 5600 MHz and a capacity of 16 GB (8 GB x 2) for the ultimate overclocking performance. At the same time, T-FORCE is releasing updated XTREEM/XTREEM ARGB/XTREEM ARGB WHITE DDR4 models with speeds of 5333 MHz and 5066 MHz and 16 GB (8 GB x 2) kits to meet the diverse needs of overlockers.

In addition to providing high overclocking speeds, T-FORCE also places great importance on the compatibility of its products. Its DDR4 memory modules with speeds over 5000 MHz are compatible with Z590 motherboards from different manufacturers and Intel 11th Gen Rocket Lake processors, offering extreme speeds to consumers worldwide.

Where Can I Learn More?

In announcing the launch of this new and exceptionally potent RAM, TeamGroup has confirmed that this new memory will be released in May 2021. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about this and their other products, you can visit their official website via the link here!

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Mike Sanders

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