TEAMGROUP has announced three new T-CREATE products that are expected to release in April 2021. Launched back in September 2020, the T-CREATE brand includes memory and storage products aimed at content creators. The new offerings include options for both desktop and laptop devices.

The T-CREATE EXPERT DESKTOP DDR4 OC10L memory features up to 32 GB capacity per module. It has a 10-layer PCB with a built-in self-overlocking mode that can switch to a 3,600 MHz frequency for demanding tasks. Next is the T-CREATE CLASSIC PCIe 4.0 SSD, a M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD with read/write speeds of up to 5,000/4,400 MB/s. Storage capacities have not been revealed yet.

Then there’s the T-CREATE CLASSIC SO-DIMM DDR4-10L memory for laptops, which also utilizes a 10-layer PCB. Each stick can have up to 32 GB storage capacity and is covered with a classic-styled heat spreader. Timing and frequency specifications were not detailed, but they are compatible with Intel 11th Gen Core Series and AMD Ryzen 5000 Series processors, as well as the latest 27″ iMac (2020).

Original Press Release

The T-CREATE EXPERT DESKTOP DDR4 OC10L not only has up to 32 GB of capacity per module but also an overclocking feature that automatically increases its frequency to 3600 MHz, providing worry-free overclocking with stable, high-frequency performance.  It comes in a titanium grey finish that exudes the tasteful minimalism of the EXPERT product line.  In addition, the memory uses a 10-layer PCB with a specialized anti-noise design for better processing capability, allowing creators to work on tasks simultaneously, whether it be producing an animation, video editing, or converting large files. It substantially improves work efficiency and excels in multitasking during creative projects.

The T-CREATE CLASSIC PCIe 4.0 SSD is a solid-state drive tailored for multi-tasking, combining excellent performance and an aesthetic design. Supporting the latest M.2 PCIe Gen4x4 high-performance interface with read/write speeds of up to 5,000/4,400 MB/s, it is 40% faster performance than Gen3x4 SSDs. With this upgrade, the waiting time for file conversions is significantly reduced. Creators can enjoy a faster and smoother experience when using architectural design and 3D rendering software, such as SketchUp or Lumion, and feel peace of mind as it is equipped with a highly stable controller and custom firmware, making it the best SSD for protecting precious creations.

In addition to desktops, T-CREATE is catering to laptop users by introducing the T-CREATE CLASSIC LAPTOP (SO-DIMM) DDR4 10L. A single stick has a large capacity of up to 32 GB and allows creators to run multiple demanding operations simultaneously. It comes with a classic-styled spreader and also utilizes a 10-layer PCB with an anti-noise design for better processing capability and providing more stable operations, checking all the boxes for an excellent portable memory upgrade. The module has been rigorously tested to ensure compatibility and stability. It can support up to the latest 27″ iMac (2020) and laptops with INTEL 11th Gen Series and AMD 5000 Series processors.

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Peter Brosdahl

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  1. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 31419, member: 96″]
    Not familiar with the brand name. Anyone have experience?

    Yeah I’ve used some Teamgroup RAM and it’s fine. Newegg sells it.

  2. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 31419, member: 96″]
    Not familiar with the brand name. Anyone have experience?
    They have been around for a bit, at least I recall seeing them from the DDR2 days.
    They aight.

    I think one of the reviewers, either here or [H], used some in a review build. They aren’t anything spectacular or horrible. I see the brand on Slickdeals fairly often.

    Looks like it’s for sure been around since [URL=’’]2007[/URL]

  3. I’ve use their RAM as well. Still have 16GB running here in my wife’s PC. They seem to be up and coming in the memory market and their SSD’s are becoming more popular as well.

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