TeamGroup is ready to launch T-Create Expert and T-Create Classic DDR5 memory for desktops and laptops, with speeds up to 6,400MT/s and in capacities up to 32GB per module.
TeamGroup continues enriching the T-Create DDR5 family of products with higher speed models, this time around adding 5,200MT/s and 5,600MT/s T-Create Classic in UDIMM and SODIMM formats, plus 6,000MT/s and 6,400MT/s UDIMMs. While these are far from being TeamGroup’s fastest memory – that spot is held by kits like T-Force Delta RGB – they are more affordable, sitting right around the entry prices of its competition.
Starting at the top we find the Expert models featuring clocks up to 6,400MT/s with CL40-40-40-84 for the 2x16GB kits and CL34-44-44-84 for the 2x32GB kits. Yes, these are not the quickest modules on the market, but for mid-range machines, you’d rather save a couple of bucks in memory and put savings into important hardware like a CPU or GPU, and sometimes even a good-quality PSU. Don’t cheap out on PSUs, as it will end up costing you more in the end – trust me on this one.
If your workflow or games doesn’t take advantage of high-speed memory, you can opt instead for the T-Create Classic which is available in up to 6,000MT/s with CL48-48-48-96 timings for both 32GB and 64GB kits. A series that is also available for laptops in up to 5,600MT/s.
Design-wise, the brand went for a clean and sober look, so no RGB or massive heatsink, combining style and usability. With their low-profile format, you don’t have to think about CPU cooler compatibility; just pick the kit you like and you are good to go. These should make for a perfect companion to Asus’s PROart series of motherboards.
For more detailed specs and pricing, check the table below:
|Name||Speed||Timings||Capacity||Voltage||Price in USD|
|T-Create Classic SODIMM||5,600MT/s||2x32GB||359.99|
|T-Create Classic SODIMM||5,600MT/s||2x16GB||179.99|
|T-Create Classic SODIMM||5,200MT/s||2x32GB||319.99|
|T-Create Classic SODIMM||5,200MT/s||2x16GB||159.99|
TeamGroup’s T-Create Expert and T-Create Classic DDR5 memory kits will be available in North America in early February 2023.