Specifications and Features
● Asymmetric cutting design heat spreader
● High Quality Aluminum forged heat spreader all-covered.
● Selected high quality IC chips
● 1.2V~1.4V ultra low working voltage
● Support intel XMP 2.0 smart overclocking technology
● QVL approved by mainstream motherboard manufactures in the market
● Lifetime warranty
|Vulcan T-Force Specification|
|Module Type||288 Pin Unbuffered DIMM Non ECC|
|Capacity||4GBx2 / 8GBx2|
|Data transfer bandwidth||19,200 MB/s
|Heat Sink||Aluminum heat-sink|
|Operation System||Desktop or notebook computer with DDR4 Memory Slots
Required OS:Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
Above you can see general specification of Vulcan T-Force memory series. Our review sample is the highest version and contains two 8GB DDR4-3000 memory modules.
This memory is designed for Intel Skylake platform but we already tested that it also works on X99. We’ve made a quick test on ASRock X99M Killer 3.1 motherboard and memory was fully stable using XMP profile.
I’m not sure if all Vulcan T-Force memory kits are based on Hynix SK IC but at least our memory kit does. AIDA64 tells us also that memory modules are single rank so memory chips are on one side of PCB. Considering these are higher density memory chips we can say that Team Group used new Hynix IC and in the future we can expect to see 16GB memory modules from the same Vulcan T-Force series.
Stability at Rated Speed
Memory is fully stable in AIDA64 System Stability Test. Of course we’ve made many more tests and results in various benchmarks are on the next pages of this review.
Team Group Vulcan T-Force DDR4-3000 has quite relaxed main timings what isn’t changing much while playing games but we were expecting to see something more in a memory kit designed for gamers. CL16-18-18 is already quite standard at DDR4-3000 and many earlier Team Group memory kits had tighter timings. However we hope to see high overclocking potential what of course will be presented in this review.
Let’s move to the next page to check what we can find in the package with memory.