Three-set series DDR3 memory from the Elite Team Group

 
April 21, 2009, 11:34 am

 
three-set series ddr3 memory from the elite team group   The company Team Group announces three-issue sets of DDR3 memory from a new product line Elite Series, designed for effective application platforms based on Intel X58 Express chipset and optimized under the Intel Core i7 family performed Socket LGA1366.
As reported in the published official press release, members of the data sets of 240-pin DIMM-bars formed in the 6-layer PCB and equipped with brand aluminum radiators original design. At the Court of consumer products at the following:
  • Set Team Group Elite Series DDR3-1333 3GB Memory Kit (total volume - 3 Gb, the working frequency - 1333 MHz frequency, timing - 9-9-9 -- 24, supply voltage - 1, 5);
  • Set Team Group Elite Series DDR3-1333 6GB Memory Kit (total volume - 6 Gb, the working frequency - 1333 MHz frequency, timing - 9-9-9 -- 24, supply voltage - 1, 5);
  • Set Team Group Elite Series DDR3-1066 3GB Memory Kit (total volume - 3 Gb, the working frequency - 1066 MHz frequency, timing - 7-7-7 -- 21, supply voltage - 1, 5);
  • Set Team Group Elite Series DDR3-1066 6GB Memory Kit (total volume - 6 Gb, the working frequency - 1066 MHz frequency, timing - 7-7-7 -- 21, supply voltage - 1, 5).
Finally we note that the products are provided with a lifetime guarantee of quality and has been on the market.

 

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