TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 7600MHz Review




/ 6 months ago

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A Closer Look

If you like your memory to look sleek and classy, this isn’t it, as the T-Force Delta feature a very outrageous and bold design. They said it’s designed after a stealth fighter jet, and if I squint and think really has, I think I can see the relative shape of the back of to Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit.

However, with no huge strip of RGB on the back of it, the bomber looks significantly less “gamer”…

The memory looks great even with its RGB off, as the bulk of the memory heatsink is this fantastic two-tone black-and-white design.

There are some cool lines etched into the back, which I think looks like it’s wearing a bowtie, but I suspect that wasn’t TEAMGROUP’s intention.

The modules are quite large though, with a raised spine and thick light bar giving them increased surface area for both cooling and for more RGB to be shown off.

They are a little taller, so they may conflict with some poorly designed CPU air coolers, but largely, they should be compatible with most system builds so long as you plan accordingly.

Obviously, memory is rarely heavy, but they do have some nice and large aluminium heatsinks on them and actually, it’s often the case that heavier is better for memory, as the mass of the heatsink can deal with more heat.

They’re quite thick too, albeit much of that is the slightly thicker spines, which gives you increased surface area to flex the RGB lighting.

There’s a little cut-away on the heatsink too, so this lettering on the side is illuminated, I think that’s meant to be the letter R, but honestly, I’m not 100% sure.

The tear-down is simple enough, and there’s a really good layer of contact material for all memory DIMMS, but also a larger one for the voltage management system located in the middle. TEAMGROUP has used the latest SKhynix H5CG48AGDB memory modules, which we know to be great, as we’ve seen them used in plenty of other kits at this point, but these are obviously cherry-picked to reach the higher clock speeds too.

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