During a recent PC build, I was after some affordable RGB memory modules, and I managed to pick up a pair of TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4-3200 (8GB x 2) 16GB memory kit. These memory modules are rated to run at a maximum speed of DDR4-3200 MHz at 1.35V, with a CAS latency of 16-18-18-38. It supports both XMP 2.0 profiles, as well as dual channel mode. The modules offers a full range, 120° ultra-wide angle luminous area at the top, that emits colorful bright LED lights.
For cooling, it comes with a nice black Aluminum alloy heatspreader with an asymmetric minimalist design. It also supports all the major RGB ecosystems including Asus AURA sync, BIOSTAR RGB Sync, Gigabyte Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, and ASRock Polychrome Sync, Razer Chroma RGB and TT RGB Plus.
Some people have been saying RGB is dead … well, that was 5 years ago! RGB is still going strong and we will see more and more RGB for some time to come. If you can’t beat them, might was well join them lol!
If you’re not familiar with TeamGroup or their T-Force brand, here’s a little blurb taken from their website …
T-FORCE is TEAM force. The red “T” on the logo of “TF” represents TEAMGROUP’s passion for the storage products. The black “F” represents TEAMGROUP’s over 18 years of promotion of storage products. The visual design of the perfect combination elegantly symbolizes a pair of flying wings. They represent that the high quality and extreme performance gaming products from TEAMGROUP are capable of allowing all gamers to break the speed limit and enjoy the ever-changing world of gaming.
We’ll be testing the TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4-3200 memory modules on our test rig, which is comprised of an ASRock Z490 Steel Legend motherboard, along with an Intel Core i9-10900K and a Zotac GeForce GTX 2080 AMP Extreme Core (8GB GDDR6) graphics card.
It will be interesting to see how well these memory modules will perform, against other DDR4 memory that we’ve tested in the past. One thing is for sure, the memory controller on the Intel Core-9-10900K and Z490 platform offers solid performance, so we can expect the same for these modules.
OK, let’s not waste any more time and start by looking at the specifications and feature on the next page.
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