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Team Group Announces T-FORCE DARK Asus ROG Memory

Team Group has just announced the launch of the popular ASUS ROG T-FORCE DARK memory. ROG (Republic Of Gamers) is a gaming brand established in 2006. It represents the ultimate performance and top quality that gamers around the world keep pursuing. Team Group’s T-FORCE DARK memory is rigorously tested and certified by ASUS officials to obtain the ROG certification. Together with ASUS motherboards, consumers can have all the top gaming hardware at once to fully enjoy an extreme gaming and entertainment experience.

FEATURES

● ROG Certified
● Awesome knight armor style heat spreader
● Complete coverage of the top and both sides
● The Only four-pieces heat spreader in the market
● 1.2V~1.4V ultra low working voltage
● Support intel XMP 2.0 smart overclocking profile technology
● Selected high quality original IC chips
● Lifetime warranty

T-FORCE DARK is both unique and eye-catching thanks to its unique feature of being the first and only to utilize a four-piece heat-spreader in the industry. In addition to advancing from previous two-piece heat spreaders, it also adds a combination of two more arched fins to increase radiating area and provide up to 8% better dissipation performance than traditional heat spreaders. Besides ROG certification and performance improvements, its killer look of a dark knight’s armor is combined with ROG’s unique elements such as the ROG abstract patterns together with the mighty ROG log. Consumers can freely choose from the eye catching colors of black and red, or the calming colors of black and grey to build up the perfect gaming memory.

Moreover, T-Force Dark ROG Certified Series has passed strict burn-in test held by ASUS ROG. The starting clock frequency is DDR4-3000. The native boot up SPD is set to overclock so all consumer has to do is to have both the latest ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Z170 series motherboard or Z270 motherboards together with the Team Group T-Force Dark ROG-certified series memory. The memory optimization function will be enabled automatically, so players can easily enjoy the high speed benefits of faster, high-frequency memory instantly on start-up.

Well have a full review for you very soon, so stay tuned for more information!

Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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