Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6400 2x 16 GB Review 4

Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6400 2x 16 GB Review

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Team Group is a Taiwan-based manufacturer well-known for its "T-Force" gaming-centric DRAM products. While not the biggest vendor, Team Group offers striking designs and high performance across its various other flash-based product lines as well.

DDR5 is the newest technology to hit the market, making headlines and breaking world records. The cycle continues as we are entering the end of the DDR4 reign. For the casual user, leaving behind DDR4 isn't always beneficial. TechPowerUp already has an article with an in-depth comparison of DDR4 and DDR5 performance with Intel's Alder Lake for those who want an in-depth look into the trade-offs between the two.

Team Group has provided our T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6400 sample today. It brings not only a bit of flash with RGB lighting and a sleek design, but also has a top-tier X.M.P profile. DDR5 does come with a few setbacks. Because this is the first generation, it suffers from a high price point and limited benefits, thus ranking it a tier below available high-performance DDR4 memory kits in many applications.

That brings us to a follow-up question: What is the purpose of choosing DDR5 under these circumstances? The returns can be seen differently depending on your applications. The current benefits of switching over are higher operating frequencies, lower voltage, and higher density modules. When more higher-end kits like this Team Group 6400 MT/s emerge in the coming years, the gap will widen. DDR4 started out as DDR4-2133 with 4 GB per module. As of today, that has increased to 16 GB at a blistering DDR4-4800 in dual-rank configurations and beyond.

Team Group has joined the DDR5 rankings with its T-Force Delta and Vulcan lines. The Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6400 kit I have for review today is on the higher end of the spectrum and for those looking for the best this market currently offers. Using modest timings of 40-40-40-84 at 1.35 V for its 6400 MT/s X.M.P profile, it requires a supported motherboard, as that is not attainable on every system. Let's see how this T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32 GB kit stacks up to the competition!


Manufacturer:Team Group
Speed Rating:DDR5-6400 MT/s
Rated Timings:40-40-40-84-124
Tested Capacity:32 GB (2x 16GB)
Tested Voltage:1.35 V
Error Checking:ECC (resting)
IC Manufacturer:Hynix
Form Factor:288-pin DIMM
Warranty:Limited Lifetime
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