Since high-end motherboards and the Intel Sandy Bridge-E line of chips support super high-end, quad-channel memory, Team group decided to release two such kits, as well as a pair of dual-channel kits for good measure.
The quad-channel kits are Xtreem LV DDR3 2400 CL9 and DDR3 2400 CL11.
Their names are quite self-explanatory: their operating frequency is of 2,400 Mhz and their only real difference is the latency.
While the former has 9-11-11-28, the latter works at 11-11-11-28.
The modules enable kits with capacities of 4 GB (2 x 2 GB), 8 GB (2 x 4 GB or 4 x 2 GB) and even 16 GB (4 x 4GB).
Meanwhile, the Xtreem LV DDR3 dual channel kits, also two in number, have clock speeds of 2,600 MHz and 2,133 MHz, respectively, as well as latencies of 10-15-15-31 and 9-11-11-28.
Finally, the Xtreem LV DDR3 2133 CL9 stands apart from the others through its low-voltage specification (1.5 V).
No prices were given for the X-shaped heatsink-wearing memory.