Team Group T-FORCE XTREEM Took The World Record For Overall Highest Frequency

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅20.01.2017 18:11:47
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Team Group proudly announces the DRAM gaming series flagship, T-FORCE XTREEM 3733 module, completed the overall highest frequency for DDR 5260.8MHz as the current world record. The world record-breaking feat was done by well-known Thailand overclocker, Audigy (Mr. Krittanan Nanta) by using T-FORCE XTREEM DDR3733 module paired with a Limited Edition ASRock Z170M OC Formula motherboard cooled using extreme cooling methodologies using liquid nitrogen.

The world record uses the T-FORCE XTREEM which is the first recorded setup to cross over the 5200 MHz barrier. HWBOT, a ultimate overclocking challenge site, has also listed this historic record submission certainly as well as verified by CPUZ database already.



See HWBOT submission here.

Team Group T-FORCE XTREEM Memory

T-FORCE XTREEM is well-designed by Team Group Inc., design team of Product Development Department using top notch aluminum extrusion process and CNC machining. The unique trench design with minimalist style as well as high quality brushed finish is able to increase the cooling area and overall cooling efficiency. Moreover, T-FORCE XTREEM insist of using hand screened high quality sorted Samsung IC to make every single module to promise the good overclockability and durability which will need to pass multiple rigorous internal factory tests. The line up for T-FORCE XTREEM start from DDR 3466, 3600, 3733, 3866, all the way up to 4000 MHz, definitely will satisfy all the hardcore gamer and powerful overclockers. No matter reliability or overclockability, T-FORCE XTREEM will give the best performance and bring more stunning world records.

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