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Old 23rd April 2012, 06:40   #1
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Default Team Group's full series of memory modules now provide supports for Intel chipsets

Team Group Inc., one of the leading memory storage manufacturers in the world, pronounces that all memory module series, including Xtreem and Elite, now provide complete supports for the latest Series 7 chipsets of Intel! Meticulous verification tests have proven that Team Group's modules are perfectly compatible with major motherboards available in the market. This is a major performance improvement, and brings out the best of the new generation Core i processor.

To meet the demands and expectation of the vast consumers, the Xtreem series memory modules of Team Group not only corresponding to the latest chipsets, but also are combined with the cutting-edge XMP 1.3 automatic over-clocking technology which only requires a simple loading in the BIOS. This allows more accurate timing for memories. It is expected that there will be a major switchover of mainstream platforms as soon as Z77, Z75 and H77 chipsets and new generation processors are rolled out. For all you hard core players, Team Group has something for you. Memory modules that feature high compatibility and stable performance will be provided to give you the speedy sensation that comes from the joy of over-clocking.

As a leading provider of memory storage products to the consumer market, Team Group is committed to providing the best storage, multimedia and data sharing solutions. All Team memory module products come with a lifetime warranty, repair and replacement services. For more information, please visit the Team website at

【About Team Group】

Team Group Inc. is a manufacturer of computer products and consumer electronics, established in Taipei, Taiwan in 1997. We manufacture and distribute high quality Memory modules, Memory cards, USB Flash Drive, SSD, Portable Hard Drive, Peripheral Series and Industrial Applications. Team Group is recognized as one of the leading memory products and consumer electronic manufacturers in the industry. We cover most business regions in the world. Team provides the highest quality products to customers in volume with competitive prices and the best possible after services. Through many years of the close and direct relationships with the leading manufacturers and OEMs, we are able to provide various products even during the shortage and allocation periods. As we continue to grow, we are committed to supporting our customers with superior products, first class service and excellent business growth.
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