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TeamGroup Rolls Out T-Create Memory For Creative Professionals

T-Create Classic 10L (Image credit: TeamGroup)

T-Create, TeamGroup's new sub-brand oriented at professionals, has launched the Classic 10L lineup. The new memory kits are forged with frequencies up to DDR4-3600 and capacities up to 64GB.

With the Classic 10L, TeamGroup is targeting the professional market so the brand kept the memory module's aesthetics to a simple and low-profile design. The sticks are 32mm in height and shouldn't cause any problems with big CPU air coolers. In terms of ingredients, the Classic 10L memory modules are fabricated with a 10-layer black PCB and cooled with an aluminum heat spreader that lacks tacky RGB lighting.

T-Create Classic 10L Specifications

FrequencyCapacityTimingsOperating Voltage (V)
DDR4-32002 x 8GB, 2 x 16GB, 2 x 32GB22-22-22-521.20
DDR4-26662 x 8GB, 2 x 16GB, 2 x 32GB19-19-19-431.20

Currently, T-Create offers the Classic 10L in dual-channel capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Unfortunately, there aren't many options to pick from in terms of frequency. The Classic 10L is only available in DDR4-2666 and DDR4-3200. Both frequencies are held back by really loose timings.

The DDR4-3200 variant has its timings set at 22-22-22-52, while the DDR4-2666 version comes with 19-19-19-43 timings. In any case, the DRAM voltage is 1.2V there should be some headroom for improving the timings.

As expected, T-Create backs the Classic 10L with a limited lifetime warranty. The DDR4-2666 16GB, 32GB and 64GB kits are selling on Amazon for $56.99, $104.99 and $204.99, respectively. The DDR4-3200 kits with the same frequencies retail for $62.99, $109.99 and $216.99, respectively.

  • Endymio
    > "...and cooled cooled with an aluminum heat spreader that lacks tacky RGB lighting. "

    Oooh ... It's on.
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  • GenericUser
    Endymio said:
    Oooh ... It's on.

    I've been told before that I've essentially committed sacrilege because I took the only fan in my case that had LEDs on it, and swapped it out for an equivalent sized non-LED fan.
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  • JPeterson79
    I'm all for non-RGB options. I love the white look on these. Too bad the speeds are so mediocre or I might consider them.
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  • Avro Arrow
    OMG, this is too funny. Team Group basically took the WORST RAM that they had and called it "Specialised for content creators" which is a very creative way of saying "Not good enough for gamers".

    I have never before seen DDR4-3600 with a CAS latency as high as 22, actually, I've never seen ANY RAM with CL22 its specs before. The cheapest 32GB stick of DDR4-3600 on newegg.ca is Kingston HyperX with a CAS latency of 18.

    I've also never before seen DDR4-2666 with a CAS latency as high as 19.

    I don't really have a problem with this "creative" branding as long as they sell it for dirt cheap because RAM of this quality does NOT merit a price premium, quite the contrary actually. If they do sell it for cheap, then it's a really good idea. If they try to charge a premium for it, then they're a bunch of scammers and should be condemned for it by sites like TH.
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  • Endymio
    GenericUser said:
    I've been told before that I've essentially committed sacrilege because I took the only fan in my case that had LEDs on it, and swapped it out for an equivalent sized non-LED fan.
    Yeah, personally, I'd sooner put a velvet painting of Jesus in my case than a bunch of RGB lights ... but then, tastes vary.
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