Team Group is a Taiwan-based manufacturer largely rooted in the manufacture of memory. The brand is not as well known here in North America, but has been gaining a lot of ground over the past few years with its gaming-centric "T-Force" product line. T-Force offers a whole roster of gaming memory designed around striking designs and high performance. Within the T-Force brand, the "Delta RGB" line could be considered the mainstream offering with solid performance and attractive aesthetics but a reasonable price tag. The Delta kits have been a mainstay for some time now, and today, we look at a new edition, the T-Force DELTA TUF Gaming RGB.
The TUF Gaming Alliance is a collaboration by ASUS with a host of other hardware manufacturers. The goal of the Alliance is to produce a wide range of DIY parts that "guarantee both compatibility and aesthetic harmony". The general idea is to provide customers with a range of parts in a matching theme and a level of compatibility, stability, and durability that is a step above the industry standard. The visual theme in question is black and yellow with a gray digi-cam pattern.
For Team Group, who already claims a high level of quality assurance, the TUF Gaming Alliance is a logical arrangement. The T-Force DELTA TUF Gaming RGB follows the design of the Delta RGB memory kits while adopting the colors of the Gaming Alliance. It boasts a frequency of 3200 MHz at CAS 16, which are solid mainstream specs. Can this kit live up to the ideals of the TUF Gaming Alliance?
|Tested Capacity:||16 GB (8 GB x2)|
|Tested Voltage:||1.35 V|
|PCB Type:||10 layers|
|Form Factor:||288-pin DIMM|