After Intel released the Alder Lake platform, Team Group soon launched the T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 series of memory. This year, it also updated the high-frequency 6600MHz and CL30 low-timing 6000MHz specifications.
Recently, Team Group’s new DDR5 memory has appeared on Newegg, which belongs to the T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 series. It has a black appearance and a frequency of 7200MHz. The latency in the product introduction is CL34. The model is “FF3D532G7200HC34ADC01”, which is higher than the high frequency of DDR5-6400 to 6800 commonly used by other manufacturers. In fact, this memory is not listed on Team Group’s own website, and the maximum frequency of the T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 series remains at 6600MHz.
The T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5-7200 is currently shown as a 32GB bundle (16GB x2) for $349.99. It’s not expensive for its performance and can be used in the upcoming generation of processors from AMD and Intel. It is rumored that T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5-7200 may use SK Hynix’s A-Die. It should be one of the first products to use this particle, and other manufacturers should launch similar products next.
T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 series memory adopts a simple geometric design. It has an RGB intelligent control chip and a 120-degree ultra-wide-angle light emission, providing two colors black and white. It uses a combination of professional thermal conductive silica gel and aluminum alloy heat dissipation module to strengthen the heat dissipation design of the power management chip, improve the heat dissipation efficiency of the memory, and make it more stable during high-frequency operation.