TEAMGROUP’s T-FORCE XTREEM Memory Module grabbed the SUPER PI 32m Overclocking World Record.

World renown Korean Overclocker, SAFEDISK, has managed to set the overclocking world record using the T-Force XTREEM DDR4 4500MHz memory modules achieving a SUPER PI 32m calculation. SAFEDISK managed to beat all the professional overclockers from HWBOT and the whole world. The memory modules were able to reach the calculation in 4 minutes and 5 seconds in total which is extraordinary, to say the least.

SAFEDISK won the first place of SUPER PI 32M calculation

SUPER PI is a benchmarking application that helps benchmark memory modules and their overclocking capabilities setting the standard for the industry. T-FORCE managed to show outstanding overclocking performance with immense stability at such high speeds.

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SAFEDISK had a test-bench setup comprising of an Intel Core i9 9900k and an ASUS ROG Maximus IX motherboard with 8GBx2 memory modules of T-FORCE XTREEM DDR4 4500MHz RAM.

T-FORCE has managed to bag plenty of international prizes in various categories and has announced its entry into the competitive technology market with a clear statement, that it is here to bring gamers unparallel performance at affordable price ranges and global leaders should take notice of TEAMGROUP and its efforts in the industry.

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