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T-FORCE XCALIBUR DDR4 RAM to be priced from $235 — to be available in 3600 MHz and 4000 MHz, in two different designs
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T-FORCE XCALIBUR DDR4 RAM to be priced from $235 — to be available in 3600 MHz and 4000 MHz, in two different designs

by Vyncent ChanJune 15, 2018

TEAMGROUP’s T-FORCE XCALIBUR RGB RAM which were introduced at Computex 2018 is set to hit the market 1st July, with a unique design that will definitely satisfy RGB junkies. But not only RGB addicts will find joy with these RAM sticks, as performance enthusiasts can also get a kick out of these, with the DDR4-4000 speeds offered.

The claim to fame for the T-FORCE XCALIBUR is the huge RGB light bar topping the heatspreaders. The ultra-wide, 120° angle luminous area glows in any color you imagine, with the force flow effect dazzling your eyes. The light guide is supposed to evoke the images of a sword, with the initials of T-FORCE, TF, being the hilt. In the Special Edition, the totem-like motifs add a touch of uniqueness to these high performance RAM. The RGB effects can be controlled via T-FORCE BLITZ, Aura Sync RGB Fusion, Mystic Light and Polychrome Sync software for cohesive RGB illumination.

To achieve DDR4 3600 MHz and DDR4 4000 MHz frequencies, TEAMGROUP used selected Samsung IC chips and strict testing standards for optimal performance, stability and compatibility. Along with Intel XMP 2.0 technology, the T-FORCE XCALIBUR lets you enjoy the blazing fast memory speeds with just a few clicks.

The T-FORCE XCALIBUR DDR4 RAM will be available in 16GB kits (8GB x 2), rated at 3600 MHz and 4000 MHz. For both speed variants, there will be the General Edition, and the Special Edition, differentiated by the patterns found on the Special Edition’s light bar.

General Edition Special Edition
16GB DDR4 3600 $235 $239
16GB DDR4 4000 $295 $299

International availability starts 1st July, so you can saving up now.

Pokdepinion: Hmm, I prefer the General Edition, and it’s cheaper by $4, so that’s a bonus.

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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy student.

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