Team Group might have missed our recent DDR3-1333 shootout, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t moving forward: It’s DDR3-2133 provides the highest data rate we’ve yet seen.
Rated at CAS 10 using 2.1 volts, Team’s Xtreem PC3-17000 modules use custom heat spreaders to increase cooling, stability, and visual appeal. Beside it were Xtreem DDR3-1866 CAS 8 and DDR3-1600 CAS 7 modules, all available in 2x 1 GB sets.
Buyers not quite ready to take the DDR3 plunge might instead be interested in the firm’s Dark series DDR2 sets, available in 2x 512 MB, 2x 1 GB, and 2x 2 GB kits. Enhanced CAS 5 latencies at DDR2-1066 and CAS 4 at DDR2-800 promise to keep these "old standard" modules at the forefront of PC performance.
Team Xtreem is available at data rates up to 2133 MHz