With a design concept of achieving high frequency and low latency simultaneously, Xtreem DDR3 tri-channel memory module holds the key of optimizing performance within the Core i7 infrastructure. From DDR3 1333MHz to DDR3 2000, other than a 33% growth in frequency, DDR3 2000 will be the first to achieve a 48GB/sec bandwidth, thanks to the advantages of tri-channel technology. Nevertheless, the Xtreem DDR3 2000 tri-channel features the 7-8-7-20 low latency; an added plus to its high frequency design that overturns the general perception that frequency and latency cannot be satisfied concurrently. Moreover, the Xtreem DDR3 2000 requires a remarkable supply voltage of 1.65V, a demonstration of Team Group’s impeccable R&D capability.
The Xtreem DDR3 2000 tri-channel series are made by 128x8 BGA, offering capacity options of 6GB kit (3 * 2GB) and 3GB (3 * 1GB) to satisfy various requirements. In addition to the use of original IC chips, Team Group uses a unique sorting technique to ensure chip quality, and conducts outgoing burn-in test for up to 24 hours on various mainstream Turbo Key mainboard including ASUS and DFI to guarantee performance on each DDR3 2000 module. Furthermore, DDR3 2000 has a built-in XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles), a standard feature on all tri-channel series, giving novice user with an obstacle-free configuration.
Team Group triple channel Xtreem DDR3-2000 unveiled
Posted on Monday, May 25 2009 @ 14:51 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck