Team Group Announces T-Force Night Hawk RGB Memory




/ 2 years ago

Team Group Announces T-Force Night Hawk RGB Memory

Memory Manufacturer Team Group has updated their Night Hawk DDR4 line to provide RGB LED compatibility. The new DDR4 kit goes by the name T-Force Night Hawk RGB and is available in black or white heatspreader colors. It also has black 10-layer PCB to create a neutral color palette, so users can customize freely. Aside from aesthetics, this PCB design follows the JEDEC RC 2.0 design standard. This results in a signal efficiency increase of up to 35%.

NIGHT HAWK RGB Capacity and Speed

Team Group Announces T-Force Night Hawk RGB Memory

The regular Night Hawk DDR4 breathing light module is available in red, blue or white LED. In comparison, the new Night Hawk RGB is capable of millions of combinations. The entire Night Hawk DDR4 series is available in 2666MHz, 2800MHz, 3000MHz or 3200MHz speeds, with CL15 or CL16 timing. Users can choose between a 2x8GB or a 2x16GB kit for the RGB modules.

ASUS Aura Sync Support

The Team Group T-Force Night Hawk RGB DDR4 memory kit is officially compatible with ASUS motherboards. It is fully compatible with their Aura Sync software which allows for synching with other RGB devices in the system. It also lets users customize the color to their liking, adjust behaviour and use presets.

All Team Group memory modules have lifetime warranty coverage.

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One Response to “Team Group Announces T-Force Night Hawk RGB Memory”
  1. Eric P Turner says:

    So if you don’t own an ASUS board you can’t use the RGB on these? that is stupid

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