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TeamGroup Unveil its New ELITE PLUS DDR5 Memory Series

As the world dives further into the high-speed DDR5 generation, DDR5 technologies are urged to meet the demands for more reliable and durable products. TeamGroup, a world-leading memory manufacturer, continues to pursue advancement and is dedicated to providing an upgraded DDR5 solution to offer higher frequencies to users around the world.

With this in mind, therefore, TeamGroup has announced the launch of its new ELITE PLUS DDR5 Desktop Memory with a brand new heat sink design to effectively increase reliability. Furthermore, Team Group announces a new frequency of 6,000 MHz for ELITE DDR5 to further increase operating performance and deliver an ultra-smooth user experience.

TeamGroup ELITE PLUS DDR5 Memory Series

ELITE PLUS DDR5 Desktop Memory is equipped with a sleek, simple, and asymmetric aluminium heat sink that has been specially designed to be non-conductive and to protect against scratches, acids, rusting and rotting to provide full protection for the DDR5 module. ELITE PLUS DDR5 Desktop Memory is also equipped with a 1.1 V standard working voltage which further reduces energy consumption for each unit of bandwidth compared to the 1.2 V in DDR4, providing a more efficient power usage. The DDR5 module is equipped with PMICs for effective power distribution, reliable power supply, and minimal noise interference. The IC supports on-die ECC, a feature that self-corrects DRAM cells for enhanced stability and reliability by reducing risks of information errors.

Leading the DDR5 generation, ELITE PLUS DDR5 modules are designed to be perfectly compatible with Intel and AMD systems and comes with three frequencies: 4800 MHz, 5600 MHz, and 6000 MHz, in single/dual channel options from 8 GB to 32 GB of storage capacity to satisfy a wide range of user demands.

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Where Can I Learn More?

TeamGroup has confirmed that the ELITE PLUS DDR5 memory series is expected to be launched in September 2022, while ELITE DDR5 Memory with its latest 6,000 MHz frequency will hit the shelves in August 2022. – If you would, therefore, like to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

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