Teamgroup Launches Next-Gen T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5

Teamgroup has just announced that it is bringing RGB to the next-gen DDR5 memory by launching its T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory. The company has worked closely with motherboard manufacturers to perform extensive validation testing and has been at the forefront of next-gen DDR5 development.

The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Gaming Memory comes equipped with lighting effects, providing players who enjoy visual flair with both next-level speed and eye-pleasing illumination.

The design of the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 continues from the previous Delta DDR4 Series by maintaining the ultra-large spread with wide-angled RGV edges. However, the overall look of the gaming memory is enhanced by its sleep design inspired by a stealth-fighter. Players will have the freedom to easily customize their own dazzling RGB effects through the manufacturer’s lightning software.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5

The color and flashing speed of each RGB LED used in DELTA RGB DDR5 can be independently controlled, offering more freedom to customize lighting effects than a typical RGB DDR4 memory. Teamgroup has said that it has sent samples to ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, ASROCK, BIOSTAR and other motherboard manufacturers for lighting tests.

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This first series of next-gen RGB memory will support Intel’s XMP 3.0 1-click overclocking and come in 16GB and 32GB capacities with frequencies of 4,800MHz up to 5,600MHz, far exceeding the limit of DDR4 generation. Besides delivering a super smooth experience and blistering speeds, the biggest difference of this release is the new configuration-adjusting PMIC architecture.

Teamgroup has said that the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 gaming memory will be available in the fourth quarter of this year, alongside the release of next-gen motherboards. The product will come with a 3-year warranty but will be adjusted based on the improvement of raw materials or technology.

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