Packed in a protective blister, the T-Force Delta RGB speaks for itself in full view. At the bottom there is indication of its specification, allowing users to clearly identify its frequency and capacity.
At the back there is a brief description of the T-Force concept, followed by a list of features of the memory.
The memory itself looks stylish, and shares similar distinguishing features to other models in the T-Force range. The R part is hollowed out allowing it to light up, which creates an interesting aesthetic.
The heat-spreaders appear to be held on with thermal adhesive, which is very strong, and so we did not remove them to see the IC underneath as we do not have an adequate replacement. The light diffuser features the T-Force logo, and surrounds the frame of the memory, expanding the RGB lighting farther than most competitors RGB LED memory modules.
Standard height for memory modules is around 30-33mm tall, the total height of the Delta RGB is 49mm at its tallest point. This is a fairly reasonable height, but some heatsinks may struggle with clearance.
Installed into our ASUS Crosshair VI Hero, the design fits in neatly, showing itself off clearly, without breaking from the overall aesthetic.