Monday, April 30th 2018

Team Group Announces T-Force Delta RGB SSD

The sky is the limit for TEAMGROUP's T-FORCE gaming product series. After releasing the award-winning T-FORCE RGB luminous memory module, today TEAMGROUP launches the new generation of 2.5" RGB solid state drive - DELTA RGB SSD is breathing colorful new life into the solid state drive. It is the first internal SSD that has the largest RGB luminous area on the market. The ratio of non-luminous area to luminous area is 5:3 which makes your computer and storage device more colorful and brighter than ever.

The 16.8 million color LED is making the boring SSD full of changes, and the light color effect can also synchronize with the motherboard, making player's computer more colorful. Two industry exclusive versions are released at once: DELTA S(Simple version) and DELTA(Magnificent version). Moreover, there are black and white two colors available for consumers to choose from, meeting different usage requirements and lighting up consumers' storage devices.
Every new product released by T-FORCE brought a new gaming trend around the world. The creative and patented DELTA RGB SSD is the result of T-FORCE R&D team's continuously effort in research and development. Bringing together the dreamy colors of RGB LED with traditional solid state drive allows gamers to set up their favorite light color effects, and the operating status of the computer system can be noticed through the light effects. The maximum read speed is up to 560MB per second and booting or loading games will only take few seconds. It is using SATA III 6Gbps interface and capacities are available in 250GB, 500GB and 1TB for gamers to choose from. The industry-standard 2.5" form factor with only 9.5mm in height, it is suitable for standard size SSD on the market. Whether it is for gaming laptop or desktop, the upgrade can be done effortlessly.

The outstanding T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD has the largest luminous area in the current industry. There are two different versions available for gamers to choose from: DELTA S(Simple version) and DELTA(Magnificent version). Users can choose the most suitable DELTA RGB SSD product according to their own motherboard specifications. The light effect of T-FORCE DELTA S RGB SSD (Simple version) shows a soft surface glow with consistent changing of single color. When connecting to motherboard's 12V RGB connector, the light effect of T-FORCE DELTA S RGB SSD can be controlled and synchronized through the motherboard, to achieve a holistic lighting control environment. T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD (Magnificent version) is suitable for motherboard that has 5V ADD connector. It provides a variety of changing light effects. Not only a consistent of surface glow can be achieved, but it can also present a magnificent mixed color effect (rainbow effect) with water flowing light to maximize the variability of color.

In addition to the compact and stylish look, T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD is capable of offering high speed sensation to players. It is using 3D NAND flash memory chip, which is durable and shockproof, offering a total protection for the data and prevent damages and data corruption from accidents. Moreover, the magnificent large luminous area that dominates the industry also offers the ultimate high speed and colorful visual experience. It is definitely the top choice when buying the latest generation solid state hard drive.

For more information, visit the product page.
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18 Comments on Team Group Announces T-Force Delta RGB SSD

#2
Dave65
Up next, RGB for the RGB!
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#3
Basard
I can't believe we don't have little laser projectors all over our parts yet... shooting porn onto the inner walls of our cases.
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#4
cucker tarlson
I just weirdly remembered that vega came with a holocube. Out of all gimmicky rgb crap, that was really friggin dope. Are they for sale on 2nd hand market anywhere ?
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#5
JalleR
I WANT RGB CPU's....... Comon INTEL/AMD you are not keeping up with what is HOT..... :D
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#6
neatfeatguy
My eyes are bleeding....too much RGB crap flooding the market.....I guess this stuff must sell enough to warrant these companies to keep going this route.
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#7
coonbro
Dave65
Up next, RGB for the RGB!
with multi phase strobe action fully user programmable with beta software

as many of these SSD's out there now I don't see how they hold there pricing . maybe that's where these gimmicks come in to play ? they say led lighting is now a strong selling point over service and support . this stuff makes me wonder how may guys look in the case for entertainment instead of what there build put on the monitors screen , or do they even look at or use a monitor just stare in to ther cases with amazement ? [WOW-cool look at all the pretty lighting ] ...lol....
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RejZoR
The point of RGB is to pick any color of your choice. But having everything pulsating in multi colors is just terrible. It's even worse with cases. It's almost impossible to get good cases without RGB nonsense or without stupid clear side panel.
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#9
Octavean
Next should be some kind of optical sheath cables with RGB.
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#10
CheapMeat
I'm gonna be that guy and say I like it. Plenty of options out there already. The best thing about our hobby is the amount of choice we have right now.
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#11
close
I think I finally know what midlife crisis (also (pre)teenage years) looks like for a computer geek: RGB :)
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#12
cucker tarlson
You've got a

rgb keyboard
rgb mouse with rgb mousepad
rgb headset with rgb mic
rgb monitor
rgb case with rgb fans and rgb ssds mounted to the back of the tray behind tepered glass
rgb mobo with rgb ram
rgb clc with rgb fans
rgb psu
rgb gpu
rgb soundcard
rgb pci-e ssd

synchronize them in 5 different programs to run the same color scheme and effect. Then question everything you've done two days later :laugh: You could've had a lot more perfromance were you to spend it on cpu and gpu if only you didn't give a flying **** how your computer looks.
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#14
coonbro
RejZoR
The point of RGB is to pick any color of your choice. But having everything pulsating in multi colors is just terrible. It's even worse with cases. It's almost impossible to get good cases without RGB nonsense or without stupid clear side panel.
you right.. man I keep reuseing this case over and over and put the hand me down 's in cheap no thrills 40 buck +/+ like antec case

then if not the space age way out desgins of cases it why do I need all them fans and openings like in the top for crap and dust to fall straight in to it ? todays so called efficient hardware heat should not be a issue as with power consuming / hungry parts from the past .

its all about gimmicks and hype and little about support , function , and ''practical ''service
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#15
JalleR
RejZoR
The point of RGB is to pick any color of your choice. But having everything pulsating in multi colors is just terrible. It's even worse with cases. It's almost impossible to get good cases without RGB nonsense or without stupid clear side panel.
Yes, and that is grate but White is just a "Color" that RGB doesn’t do well on many products. My Strix 1080TI is one of them.
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#16
RejZoR
White is essentially ALL the RGB colors mixed together. But we know it never looks as good as dedicated white LED's. For my AORUS, I basically always just shut the LED's off. I like my case stealthy...
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#17
CheapMeat
RejZoR
White is essentially ALL the RGB colors mixed together. But we know it never looks as good as dedicated white LED's. For my AORUS, I basically always just shut the LED's off. I like my case stealthy...
Essentially yes, but the problem is how the LEDs are made. 4100K (kelvin) is hard for them to do because of the phosphorous design of them, etc. You end up in the 6000-6500K range. So what companies should be doing is added a dedicated White LED (there's I think 3 ways to make one) to make sure true "white", aka 4100K-ish appears. Plus it would allow for more perfect dimming.
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iKonik Modz
CheapMeat
I'm gonna be that guy and say I like it. Plenty of options out there already. The best thing about our hobby is the amount of choice we have right now.
I completely agree! I love RGB for the option of choice. I can change up the look of my rig/setup at anytime in a matter of seconds.
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