High-performance quantum memory for quantized states of light is a prerequisite building block of quantum information technology. Despite great progresses of optical quantum memories based on interactions of light and atoms, physical features of these memories still can not satisfy the requirement for applications in practical quantum information systems, since all of them suffer from trade off between memory efficiency and excess noise. Here, we report a high-performance cavity-enhanced electromagnetically-induced-transparency memory with warm atomic cell in which a scheme of optimizing the spatial and temporal modes based on the time-reversal approach is applied. A quantum memory with the efficiency up to 78 + 1% and the noise level close to quantum noise limit has been experimentally achieved. The realized quantum memory platform has been capable of preserving quantized optical states, and thus is ready to be applied in quantum information systems, such as distributed quantum logic gates and quantum-enhanced atomic magnetometry.