TEAMGROUP Announces ELITE DDR5 5600 MHz Memory

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TEAMGROUP has announced new ELITE DDR5 MHz memory kits. Available in three capacities, they feature a memory frequency of 5600 MHz and support for 1.1 voltage for speed and greater energy efficiency. They also come with a lifetime warranty. Memory timings, pricing, and availability were not announced.

Storage Capacities

  • 16 GB (2x 8 GB)
  • 32 GB (2x 16 GB)
  • 64 GB (2x 32 GB)

Press Release

World-leading memory brand, TEAMGROUP, has announced today the upgrade of TEAMGROUP ELITE U-DIMM DDR5 Standard Memory in response to the evolution of future DDR5 memory specifications and development trends. Developed from TEAMGROUP’s outstanding R&D capabilities and excellent product quality, the TEAMGROUP ELITE U-DIMM DDR5 Standard Memory complies with JEDEC standards and supports high-performance specifications of frequency 5600MHz and 1.1V voltage. The TEAMGROUP ELITE U-DIMM DDR5 Standard Memory has also been sent to major motherboard manufacturers for verification. As the world welcomes the advent of the DDR5 era, TEAMGROUP will continue to launch memory products with comprehensive compatibility and upgraded specifications.

TEAMGROUP is making an early play in the field of DDR5s. Last year, the company launched the TEAMGROUP ELITE U-DIMM DDR5 4800MHz 1.1V Standard Memory ahead of the industry and is now announcing an increased frequency from 4,800MHz to 5,600MHz with the same 1.1V voltage, ensuring users can enjoy high-performance experiences while still conserving energy. The latest TEAMGROUP ELITE U-DIMM DDR5 Standard Memory will also be available in different storage capacities, including 2X8GB, 2X16GB, and 2X32GB, to deliver smooth multi-tasking and an outstanding product that is stable, high-performance, and energy-efficient.


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