TeamGroup T-Force T1 Gaming Series DDR4-2666 16GB Memory Kit Review

Today, we’ll be taking a quick look at the TeamGroup T-Force T1 Gaming Series DDR4-2666 16GB Memory Kit. This particular memory kit is XMP 2.0 ready and is rated to run at DDR4-2666 with memory timings of 18-18-18-43 at a low voltage of 1.2V.

Selecting the right memory kit for your PC can be a daunting task for some. Fortunately, TeamGroup has made that task much easier for new PC gamers and enthusiasts alike by providing a new memory lineup that consists of entry-level, highly compatible “Just Works” modules that are compatible with both Intel and AMD platforms. These kits are great for gaming and are even designed to appeal to the energy-conscience minded as well!

 

 

“To make it easy for beginner-level gamers to get started, the T-FORCE team introduces the entry-level gaming memory – T1. The patented ink-printing process places the main features of the gaming memory directly on the PCB board of DDR4 memory. The eye-catching racing style pumps up the gamers and makes them ready to battle at any time.”

-TeamGroup

 

I would first like to thank TeamGroup for providing the review sample. You may read more about the Company on their “About Us” webpage.

T-FORCE

T-FORCE is TEAM force. The red “T” on the logo of “TF” represents TEAMGROUP’s passion for the storage products. The black “F” represents TEAMGROUP’s over 18 years of promotion of storage products. The visual design of the perfect combination elegantly symbolizes a pair of flying wings. They represent that the high quality and extreme performance gaming products from TEAMGROUP are capable of allowing all gamers to break the speed limit and enjoy the ever-changing world of gaming.

 

You can buy the TeamGroup T-Force T1 Gaming Series DDR4-2666 16GB Memory Kit for around USD $69 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/2LGSMR2

 

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Tinkering with computers and other electronics since the days of the Apple IIe and the Intellivision as the Prodigal 80s child, Jeremy seeks to constantly expand his knowledge of the ever-changing and ever-enticing world of Consumer Electronics. He enjoys tinkering, overclocking, modding, and most of all gaming.