A double data-rate introduction
Team Group T-Force XTReem 4133 MHz (C18) DDR4 Memory
We review a new 16GB Elite kit from Team Group T-Force XTREEM The 4133 MT/s modules are intended for gamers that want to run really high frequencies yet offer fair latencies. This 16GB memory is cool, plenty fast and runs XMP 2.0 memory profiles on Intel platforms as well. Join us as we review some of the fastest clocked bars of memory your money can get you. This 16-18-18 dual-channel memory was optimized for the Intel platforms.
DDR4 memory modules you can choose plenty from, the cheap but dull all-green Kingston Value memory, for example, works absolutely fine. Then the regular mainstream DIMMs, then step it up a little and high-frequency memory is a hint faster and often cooler looking inside your PC with the fancy designs and heat spreaders. . The DIMMs we received from them clock in at a nice 3600 MHz (effective).
Stylish RAM for the people that need fast performance, the people that build their own PCs and perhaps customize them a little. In that mindset, TG has released an updated SKU based on quality, performance, and aesthetics. Not the cheapest, but pretty cool with great looks and an XMP that can be enabled with a simple profile in your BIOS. We received a dual-channel kit, 16GB accumulated, thus holding 8 GB each. Rated 3600MHz at CAS latency 18 and sure, this has to be one a great looking memory kit, yes even without RGB, due to its all-dark design.
Depending on the platform you use it with, it is a dual-channel kit or quad of course. As you are going to find out, support for these memory DIMMs will be rather difficult as mist Intel platforms halt at 3866 MHz. We'll check that out of course.