Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 Memory Now Available

/ 3 years ago

Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 Memory Now Available

One more memory module on display at the Team Group booth at Computex is now available. This is the the T-Force Delta RGB DDR4, which like previously released Nighthawk RGB, has wireless LED capability. The T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 is available in either white or black heat spreader, with a diffused 120 -degree ultra wide angle lighting on top. The heat spreader is made of aluminum alloy for durability and lighter weight. The LED also supports ASUS Aura Sync feature.

Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 Memory Now Available

T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 Performance Specifications

Built on the latest JEDEC RC 2.0 PCB, each T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 operates at 1.2~1.4V requiring now external power. It is available in speeds starting at 2400 MHz (which is the Intel 200-series minimum support), up to 3000 MHz. It is also available at the 2666MHz sweet spot, and has XMP 2.0 feature for one-click overclocking. The JEDEC RC 2.0 PCB allows Team Group to raise the transmitting signal of the T-Force Delta by as much as 35% compared to conventional DDR4 offerings.

Each module is tested for CL15-17-17-35 latency at 1.2V, although the 3000MHz version runs at CL16-18-18-38 at 1.35V. Users can also choose between a pair of 4GB modules or a pair of 8GB modules.

Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 Memory Now Available

Dimensions and Warranty

Each T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 module is 146.8mm long and 7mm wide. It stands 49mm tall, which is slightly taller than the standard but otherwise should clear most CPU heatsinks.

Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 Memory Now Available

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