Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review 

Introduction

We're sure that we weren't the only people waiting with bated breath for a chance to put a Xtreem memory kit through its paces, having heard many good things about their capabilities.

The company behind the Xtreem branding are called, in probably the most generic tautologous company name in history, Team Group. With an array of memory based products in their range from USB sticks to Memory cards and, of course, the DIMMs we have on test today.

Although they are only the eleventh largest memory manufacturer, quantity isn't always equatable to quality, and Team Group have aimed their memory modules squarely at the enthusiast sector. One of the things we've all learnt from low voltage kits, such as the model we have here, is that they overclock quite well thanks to the huge amount of voltage overhead. So, without further preamble, let's crack on.

Technical Specifications

Coming out of the packet with some decent CAS9 timings at a low 1.35v, the Xtreem should provide decent performance at standard timings, whilst being energy efficient.

Module Type240Pin Unbuffered DIMM Non ECC
CL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS9-9-9-24
DRAM Density256x8 / 512x8
Data transfer bandwidth1600MHz (PC3 12800)
Heat SinkAluminium heatsink
Working voltage1.35V
WarrantyLifetime warranty
NoteIntel XMP1.3, compatible with series Intel 7 chipsets and higher.

 

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14-03-2013, 07:02:10

tinytomlogan
Today we're looking at a low voltage kit from Team Xtreem. Is it perfect for overclockers too?

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...104850201l.JPG


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14-03-2013, 07:06:38

SeekaX
2 xtr33m 4 u.
that's the same happy lot that manufactured my RAM, quite horrible.

14-03-2013, 09:01:14

SeekaX
i did not expect this.

15-03-2013, 17:20:34

Mgutierrez33
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Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
i did not expect this.
definitely didn't expect this at ALL. Not too Shabby Team... not too shabby at all... kinda makes me feel inferior with my low voltage Corsair 1600 Mhz kit x-)
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