Teamgroup Vulcan Z 32GB 32GBx1 DDR4 3600MHz Gray CL18 T-FORCE VULCAN Z DDR4 gaming memory has been tested rigorously by the T-FORCE laboratory.
Every overclocking memory is tested for complete compatibility and stability. This offers gamers a DDR4 memory with excellent quality, optimal performance, stability and compatibility. Gamers are able to fully enjoy the finest and smoothest gaming experience and an extreme high-speed performance without any lag.
• Simple design to perfectly protect the cooling module
• High thermal conductive adhesive
• Supports Intel & AMD motherboards
• Selected high-quality IC
• Supports XMP2.0
• Energy saving with ultra-low working voltage
Teamgroup Vulcan Z 32GB 32GBx1 DDR4 3600MHz Gray T-FORCE VULCAN Z is designed for complete protection and enhanced heat dissipation. The heat spreader is formed by punch press process with a 0.8mm thick, one-piece alloy aluminum to reinforce the body structure. In addition, coloring with electrolytic anodizing process can enhance corrosion resistance and make it non-conductive
ENHANCED HEAT DISSIPATION
With superconductivity – thermally conductive adhesive, it can quickly transfer the heat on IC chip through the heat conduction to aluminum alloy cooling module for better heat dissipation.
STABLE AND DURABLE
Every IC chip made for TEAMGROUP’s T-FORCE VULCAN Z DDR4 gaming memory is selected through a rigorous testing process. Every overclocking memory is tested for complete compatibility and stability. This offers gamers a DDR4 memory with excellent quality, optimal performance, stability and compatibility.
SUPPORTS INTEL & AMD
It is compatible to both Intel & AMD platforms, therefore gamers can build their system without worries.
By using the XMP 2.0 technology, users are able to experience the thrill of overclocking easily.
The basic working voltage is decreased to 1.2V. Teamgroup Vulcan Z 32GB 32GBx1 DDR4 3600MHz Gray is energy saving, has high performance, and low power consumption.
|T-FORCE VULCAN Z
|288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM
|DDR4 3600 (PC4 25600)
|Intel XMP 2.0