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TeamGroup T-CREATE 3200 Mhz DDR4 Memory Review


The box looks very crisp and professional, which it should, as it’s the professional market they’re aiming for. Words on the box like Classic and Creators are appealing, and I guess Thermostable is too. Ignore the For Izzy sticker, that’s exclusive to the one I have, ha!

Around the back, you can see a clever cut-out on the back of the box, allowing you to see each module. This means they can easily use the same box for multiple versions of the memory more easily too. There are details of the design here too, such as the “anti-noise 10-layers PCB” as well as the “industrial-grade capacitor inside to perform in high temp.”

Both DIMMS come packed in this durable clamshell plastic case. While you can’t see it, they’re fixed in there pretty firmly. I genuinely thought I was going to snap something while removing them, so handle with care.

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Peter Donnell

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