Unique hawkeyes with battle totem line design. The Symmetric type heat spreader
Team Group design team inherits the unique style from the NIGHT HAWK, also adding the battle line that shines as bright as the sun around the hawk eyes. Moreover, it is using top notch extrusion process and high precision CNC computer machining to finely create a symmetric type heat spreader like hawk wings. After NIGHT HAWK RGB is installed on the motherboard, the sharp hawkeyes start to shine bright, the invincible nighthawk is ready to fly and dominate the world of gaming.
NIGHT HAWK RGB is using the latest JEDEC RC 2.0 PCB. Compared to other manufacturers , the transmitting signal of PCB is increased by 35%. Since the distance between the power layer and the signal layer has increased, there will be no interference between the power and the signal, also has a better efficiency and performance. It offers players the ultimate sensation of overclocking and a highly stable memory module.
Hawk wings symmetric type heat spreader with unique hawkeyes light guide panel design
The Team Group design team had built a LED luminous memory module with an all new design concept. It is using top notch extrusion process and high precision CNC computer machining to finely create the hawk wings symmetric type heat spreader with the unique hawkeyes design on the LED light guide panel. After Night Hawk is installed on the motherboard, the hawkeyes glitter sharply and the NIGHT HAWK is ready to spread its wings to fly into the night of racing sensation.
10layers of circuit board largely improves stability
The number of PCB layers is 25% more than normal memories. This provides better efficiency and performance since the power layer and the signal layer has a farther distance between each other. Without the interference between the power and the signal, it can offer players the overclocking pleasure and a high stability overclocking memory module.
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Final Words & Conclusion - Teamgroup T-Force Night Hawk 2666MHz 16GB Dual Channel DDR4 memory review.