Team T-Force Delta RGB Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅16-08-17
Introduction

Product on Review: T-Force Delta RGB
Manufacturer: Team Group
Street Price:
For 8GB kit: US: $87 - 92
For 16GB kit: US: $141 - 149 (Further availability to follow)

Memory modules with LED lighting is nothing new, but now the RGB craze is in full swing, some users may want something that little extra special, and the T-Force Delta RGB may be exactly that. The cubist inspired, minimalistic design is slightly reminiscent of wings, and is wrapped in 120 full frame LED lighting. By default, the lighting displays a Force-Flow effect, which is essentially a rainbow wave, but when paired with a compatible ASUS motherboard that supports ASUS Aura Sync, you can customise the lighting effects, and Sync them up with your motherboard.

The Delta RGB memory modules are based on a customized JEDEC RC 2.0 circuit board which gives greater insulation between the power and signal layers in the PCB, ensuring efficient, interference free performance. Available with black or white heat spreaders, 8 and 16GB capacities, and in 2400MHz, 2666MHz and 3000MHz frequencies, there is enough choice to satisfy gamers and mainstream users. Today we are looking at the 16GB kit which comes with an XMP 2.0 setting of 3000MHz @ CL16-18-18-38.




Overview by Team Group
Team Group T-Force gaming series once again released the all new luminous memory module DELTA RGB. The R on the heat spreader represents Revolution, and also stands for creative concept with an uncompromised spirit. The heat spreader is built with lighter, thinner and high quality metal material. The colorful light changes make the hollow R on the front even more stereoscopic, and echo the ultra wide angle luminous area. The extraordinary Revolution will provide players a new experience never seen before.


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