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Team Group T-Force Delta TUF Gaming RGB 3200 MHz

Black Haru

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Team Group joins the TUF Gaming Alliance with a specially branded version of their excellent T-Force Delta RGB memory. At 3200 MHz CAS 16, the T-Force Delta TUF Gaming RGB promises solid performance at a reasonable price.

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The kit itself isn't that bad, but what bugs me, is that TUF itself has been made from premium brand to a cheap gaming brand. I miss those days when Sabertooth motherboards were premium quality.
 
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@Black Haru

Just curious: Do they really call it "digi-cam"? That sounds more like "digital camera". I was thinking "digi-camo" would make more sense.

O/T: Your avatar makes me want the weather to improve so I can get out for a track day soon. ;)
 

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@Black Haru

Just curious: Do they really call it "digi-cam"? That sounds more like "digital camera". I was thinking "digi-camo" would make more sense.

O/T: Your avatar makes me want the weather to improve so I can get out for a track day soon. ;)
You are probably right.

This weather gets to me too. Especially when we get a few days of decent temps, just enough to remind you what your missing.
 
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I feel like there's an error with the PCMark score for this kit as it scores quite a bit higher than the other kits that have been tested.
 
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What were the steps to the >"some proper stability testing"?
 
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What were the steps to the >"some proper stability testing"?
Typically a run of Superpi. In my experience SuperPi and PCmark8 are the most consistently sensitive to memory stability, of the two SuperPi is significantly quicker to run (PCmark annoyingly tends to fail about 20 minutes in)

This isn't a substitute for a full suit of tests (especially game tests as certain games can be especially sensative) that I would recomend for a 24/7 overclock. It is quick and efficient, and most importantly easily repeatable to keep tests fair across multiple reviews.

As for the high PCmark score for this kit, there was no error, and I have since seen better scores (from reviews in the works).
 
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