Team Group announced the launch of T-Force Vulcan DDR5 memory, which uses aluminum alloy for heat dissipation and superconducting heat dissipation glue to further improve heat dissipation efficiency.
According to Team Group, the minimalist design of the DDR4 series is continued on the T-Force Vulcan DDR5 memory. Its aluminum alloy adopts a one-piece stamping process, with a large area of light and shadow streamlined shape, with multi-angle lines to outline the overall visual appearance of the memory, presenting the special style of this DDR5 memory. This DDR5 memory has two frequencies of 4800 MHz and 5200 MHz, and offers packages such as 32GB x2 and 16GB x2, as well as 16GB and 32GB singles, for consumers to choose from.
T-Force Vulcan DDR5 memory supports Intel XMP3.0 one-key overclocking technology, is equipped with a power management chip, and has an On-die ECC debugging mechanism, making the system more stable. Team Group said that T-Force Vulcan DDR5 memory has undergone complete compatibility and reliability testing, and will provide e-sports players and overclockers with powerful memory performance.
Of course, this is not the first time Team Group
has released DDR5 memory. Earlier, Team Group released TEAMGROUP ELITE DDR5 memory
first. In addition, Team Group will also launch T-FORCE (DELTA) RGB DDR5 gaming memory using RGB LEDs. Each RGB LED can independently color and control the blinking frequency. This product has a frequency of 5200 MHz and also supports Intel XMP3.0 one-key overclocking technology. There are 16GB and 32GB singles, and 16G x2 and 32G x2 packages are optional. The product is currently undergoing certification with the lighting control software of major motherboard manufacturers and is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of this year.