Team Night Hawk RGB DDR4: «winged» Memory Illuminated

Stand Team Group companies at Computex 2017 exhibition proved to be deprived of attention correspondents “zhelezyachnyh” editions. To its credit, the Taiwanese manufacturer, he did not delay the release of the key exhibits, such as dual-channel kit of RAM Team T-Force Night Hawk RGB DDR4. The devices are already available in some online stores in Western Europe and the US, and is available in two color options radiator – black and white. From “simple” bars Night Hawk new memory is characterized by using the RGB-LED backlight and the ability to synchronize the system for ASUS Aura Sync technology.

The original design of consequent cooler, bright multi-colored lights with support for a variety of effects, selected DDR4 memory chip with an operating voltage of 1.2-1.35 V, desyatisloynye PCBs – this simple recipe offers a series of T-Force Night Hawk RGB. Memory complies with JEDEC RC 2.0 to the PCB circuit engineering design and support overclocking profiles XMP 2.0. All kits are tested at the nominal frequencies on motherboards Z270 manufacturer ASRock and Gigabyte. We believe that the list of compatible matplat will eventually be expanded.

Products Team Night Hawk RGB DDR4 family will be available in the form of a 16- and 32-GB kit (two modules 8 and 16 GB, respectively), but so far only available in retail smaller of the two sets of volume of this. Effective frequency range from 2666 to 3200 MHz, the delay – from CL15-17-17-35 to 16-18-18-38 voltage – 1.2V to 1.35V (with the possibility of increasing to at least 1 , 4). The warranty period is defined as a lifetime.

Below are the codes are all sets of Night Hawk RGB DDR4. Devices with black radiator end in «CDC01», and white – on «BDC01». Goods TF1D416G3000HC16CDC01 and TF2D416G3000HC16CDC01 (two – 2 × 8 GB DDR4-3000) estimated the US online store at $ 149.99 excluding sales tax. The remaining sets, apparently on the way.

In the foreseeable future, a series of sets of memory Team T-Force and replenish the model Delta RGB DDR4 with wavy radiators and almost mandatory lighting. Company they will make the ordinary, non-luminous sets DDR4 and M.2 SSD rather large radiators.



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