As we all know, memory DDR5 RAM is about to make its appearance on the market thanks to the arrival of the new Intel platform, which will be the one that will launch it. With Computex starting tomorrow, manufacturers have been announcing with fanfare for a few weeks now that they have the first DDR5 memory kits nearly ready, and TeamGroup is no exception as a manufacturer dedicated exclusively to memory products. Below we summarize everything they have prepared for these days.
TeamGroup announces its first DDR5 RAM at Computex
Let’s start with TeamGroup’s first next-generation DDR5 memory solution; The company has announced the Elite Series family as its first kit of this generation, which will be delivered in a kit with a capacity of 16 GB (2×8 GB) clocked at 4800 MHz initially. The product page is now available and says that each module has twice as many memory banks as the current DDR4, operating at a voltage of only 1.1V. It also supports the built-in PMIC (Power Management IC) ECC which increases efficiency.
From the renderings you can see that this Elite series DDR5 memory is very basic, with a black PCB and not even a heat sink, something normal because at this frequency and voltage they will hardly heat up. .
TeamGroup’s gaming division, T-Force, has already confirmed that they are developing next-generation DDR5 memory modules with overclocking support. According to these, the company has already sent the first samples to major motherboard manufacturers such as Gigabyte, MSI, ASRock and ASUS for validation. In this regard, they also pointed out that DDR5 RAM has a lot more margin of overclock than DDR4, mainly thanks to its improved power management IC that supports voltages up to 2.6V.
More memory products: 256 GB DDR4 and 8 TB SSD
In addition to its early DDR5 RAM kits, TeamGroup also announced the new RAM XTREEM ARGB DDR4 8, a high-capacity kit designed for Intel and AMD HEDT platforms. It consists, as the name suggests, of 8 memory modules with the existing XTREEM ARGB design, each with a capacity of 32 GB to form a 256 GB kit Overall, ideal for users running memory-intensive workloads.
Finally, the manufacturer is also announcing its new PCIe MP34 M.2 SSD which offers storage capacities of up to 8 TB; The SSD is based on QLC 3D flash memory chips and is PCIe 3.0 x4 compliant, comes with a 5 year warranty direct from the manufacturer, and is perfect for systems requiring large amounts of NVMe storage. Theoretical speeds for these devices are 3,500MB / s read and 2,900MB / s write.
We will be watching these days to see if the builder makes more announcements during Computex or at least gives more details like selling prices, as they haven’t said a word about it yet.