Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review
RAM normally comes in blister packs or similarly finger-slicing disasters (the trick is to use a tin-opener). The Xtreem comes in a cardboard sleeve that can attract the eye and hold all the details, yet removes with either a snip or just a fold and tear.
Once freed from its cardboard prison the modules look fantastic. We really love the deep red colour. The heatspreader is barely higher than the PCBs and will easily fit under even the most gigantic of coolers.
The logos for both the Team Group and the Xtreem part are very classy indeed. It's the little touches that make the difference, especially with memory which is normally so bland and uninspiring. We love the looks.