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Team Xtreem LV 2133MHz CL9 8GB Memory Kit Review

Rating: 7.5.

Team Group’s Xtreem series of memory modules have held their place in the enthusiast market for many years. Can the company’s Xtreem LV 2133MHz CL9 memory kit prove that enthusiast-grade performance is still flowing through the veins of Team Group’s flagship series of memory?

Rated at a 2133MHz frequency with tight – CL9 – timings, the Team Xtreem LV memory modules are built for the enthusiasts market. The modules’ large, metal heatsinks allow the memory to appeal to overclockers that will want to push the frequency as far as possible.

Can the Team Xtreem LV 2133MHz CL9 memory kit contend with competing enthusiast options from the likes of ADATA and Patriot?


  • PC3-17000 (2133MHz).
  • Timings: 9-11-11-28-1T.
  • Voltage: 1.50V.
  • XMP Ready.
  • 8GB (2x 4GB) kit.
  • Lifetime warranty.
  • Model number: TXD38G2133HC9NDC01

*Note: The model number on the label is incorrect and doesn’t exist, according to Team Group’s website. The actual model number, according to the packaging and our own research, is: TXD38G2133HC9NDC01.

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