Today we will be taking a peak at the latest RAM offerings from Team Group. The Taipei tech giant has been producing RAM, peripherals and storage solutions since 1997. They were gracious enough to supply EHW with a T- Force 6200MHz Delta RGB DDR5 kit. I have been reading about the OC potential of these sticks on various forums and I am excited to give them a spin. Read on to see what I find.
When looking for a company with a long history in the Computer Hardware and Peripheral industry, TeamGroup comes up on a short list of company names. Founded in 1997, they have been at the forefront of the industry with numerous innovative products. Today I have the luxury of being able to take a look at a new All-in-One(AIO) liquid cooling solution from them. This is the Siren GD240 ARGB AIO, read on to see what I find.
Back in the middle of 2019, Team Group released an NVMe drive with a revolutionary new cooling solution. Named the T-Force Cardea Liquid, this new drive was the first ever NVMe to be released with a water cooling solution, well, sort of. Fast forward almost two years and we're testing this drive because it's still on the market and it's still quite interesting, but maybe not what you are expecting. Keep reading to find out all about this water cooling solution Team Group developed.
In December of 2019 Team Group released the T-Force Xtreem ARGB memory modules. This addition to the company’s gaming memory lineup features a radical new design with a mirrored heat spreader that is also opaque and illuminated from behind. In the modern DDR4 arena, companies are constantly breaking new ground with design elements to attract customers. They’ve done enough to attract our attention, but we’d also like to know how the memory performs. Beyond just a flashy exterior, the T-Force Xtreem ARGB modules were designed to be fully compatible with both AMD and Intel platforms. Today we will be reviewing this new offering from Team Group and putting it to the test with overclocking.