TeamGroup is one of the leading memory and storage brands known for the brand’s competitive pricing and early product releases. TeamGroup is one of the first brands to release its DDR5 memory modules when DDR5 hit the market with Intel 12th Generation Processors. Today, we’re taking a look at the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 desktop memory, TeamGroup’s DDR5 memory for gaming which is also one first DDR5 modules to be released in the market with speeds up to 8200 MT/s.
TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Specs and Configuration
|Module Type||DDR5 288 Pin Non-ECC Unbuffered DIMM|
|Data Transfer Bandwidth||65,600 MB/s|
|Voltage||1.45 V||1.45 V||1.4 V||1.4 V||1.4 V||1.4 V||1.4 V||1.4 V|
|Compatibility||Intel: 700 series|
|Dimensions||46.1(H) x 144.2(L) x 7(W)mm|
Unlike most memory brands, TeamGroup doesn’t heavily segment its gaming memory line depending on the specs of the DDR5 modules. Instead, TeamGroup offers a wide range of configurations with speeds ranging from the basic JEDEC-4800 all the way to 8200 MT/s for its T-Force Delta series. Our specific review sample is the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB(2x16GB) 7200MHz CL34 kit.
TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 – Unboxing and First Impressions
TeamGroup uses a uniform packaging design for its T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 series. As indicated in the packaging, the memory module is available in black and white. A sticker on the upper right side of the front packaging shows the capacity and speed configuration. Moving to the back is a cutout to show the serial of the memory modules as well as a peak to see its color.
TeamGroup includes the warranty card and a TForce sticker inside the packaging.
TeamGroup retained the silhouette design of the T-Force Delta series DDR5 memory modules. The heat spreader on the DDR5 sticks has fewer bumps and curvatures versus its last-gen counterparts but also has more markings.
RGB Lighting has definitely improved with this year’s iteration, especially the diffusion throughout the LED bar. The TeamGroup TForce Delta RGB is compatible with all motherboard lighting software.
Benchmark Setup and Test Methodology
Gadget Pilipinas’ testing philosophy is to provide detail-oriented results as accurately as possible so that our readers can replicate our tests given that these conditions are met. Different benchmarking apps and sequences are used depending on the tested component or device.
|CPU||Intel Core i9 13900K|
|COOLER||ASUS ROG RYUJIN II 360mm V2 – Noctua NT-H2 Thermal Paste|
|MOTHERBOARD||ASUS ROG Strix Z790-E Gaming|
|MEMORY||Kingston Fury Beast RGB 32GB(2x16GB) 6000 MHz DDR5|
|GPUs||Nvidia RTX 4090 FE|
|STORAGE||Kingston KC3000 1TB PCI-E Gen 4 SSD|
|POWER SUPPLY||FSP HYDRO GT PRO 1000W Gold ATX 3.0|
|OPERATING SYSTEM||Windows 11 Pro Build 22H2|
We use CapFrameX 1.7.1 as our primary FPS capture and analysis tool for all our gaming benchmarks. The latest build version of Windows 11 Pro and WHQL-certified drivers are used for our benchmarks. Readings such as temperatures and power draws are recorded using HWINFO64, and other relevant software for cross-checking.
TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Benchmarks
3DMark Firestrike & Timespy
3DMark is the go-to benchmark for gamers because of the ability to share and compare results online.
SuperPI is a single-threaded benchmark application that lets the CPU calculate Pi(π) to the nth digit. In this benchmark, we selected the Pi calculation to 32M, the highest available for the app.
Maxon’s Cinebench benchmark is one of the most iconic benchmark applications used by reviewers and enthusiasts. The latest Cinebench R23 uses the latest rendering architectures, including Intel’s Embree ray tracing technology and other advanced features from AMD and Intel that allow users to render the same scene on the same hard.
Procyon benchmark suite is developed by the UL, the same team behind 3DMark and PCMark benchmarks. The UL Procycon video editing benchmark uses Adobe Premiere in a typical video editing workflow. The benchmark starts by importing two video project files with various edits, adjustments, and effects – the second project uses several GPU-accelerated effects. Each project is exported in 1080p with H.264 encoding and again in 4K with HEVC H.265. The reported score is based on the time taken to export all four videos.
wPrime is a benchmark tool similar to SuperPI, but the former takes on finding prime numbers using Newton’s Method. The benchmark is set to calculate 1024 million prime numbers, and the performance is measured according to calculation time.
V-Ray Benchmark is a stand-alone version of V-Ray developed by Chaos Group. It is designed to test the CPU and GPU by rendering sample scenes at a fixed amount of time. V-Ray is a plug-in mostly utilized by 3D computer graphics software applications mainly for industrial design, product design, architecture, film, and video game production. V-Ray is not limited to 64-threads as it supports multi and mega-threading.
Blender is a widely used, free, open-source 3D creation suite. It supports the whole 3D pipeline process from modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, and even motion tracking. Blender has become a standard for CPU benchmarks with the BMW27 and Classroom Scene most used. This prompted the company to release Blender Open Data Benchmark in 2018, a benchmark-specific version allowing users to run a preset benchmark and share the results online like 3DMark.
Geekbench is a multi-platform benchmark used to gauge CPU performance and compare them across Windows, Mac, and Mobile. Geekbench 6 is the latest version and doesn’t rely on memory more than the previous Geekbench 4, making it a great tool to measure both single-core and multi-core CPU performance.
AIDA64 EXTREME MEMORY BENCHMARK
AIDA64 is a very popular and powerful monitoring tool, as well as a benchmarking application. AIDA64 is commonly used to stress test CPUs, especially testing if an overclock is stable. We used AIDA64’s Memory Benchmark to measure the data transfer bandwidth of the system memory.
From the same developers of the popular game benchmarking tool 3DMark, PCMark 10 is a benchmarking app for measuring a whole PC’s performance. It covers a wide variety of tests to reflect common tasks performed in a modern workplace. We selected PCMark 10’s extended benchmark and reported both the overall score and Digital Content Creation Score.
Corona Renderer is an unbiased photorealistic render available for Autodesk 3Ds Max, Maxon Cinema 4D, and as a stand-alone application. Its popularity, similar to Blender, led Chaos Group to develop a benchmark version of the app which runs using Corona Renderer 1.3. Workstation systems, especially CPUs, can utilize Corona Benchmark as up to 72 threads can be used in the benchmark, making it very suitable for CPUs with various price segments.
Passmark 10 provides a comprehensive suite of tests that evaluate various aspects of a system’s performance, including CPU, GPU, memory, and disk performance. Its automated testing process makes it accessible and efficient for reviewers to conduct benchmarks and analyze the performance of different systems.
Crossmark is one of the few native cross-platform benchmark tools available for Windows, Android, Linux ChromeOS, iOS, and macOS. It measures overall system performance and system responsiveness using models of real-world applications making it a great comparison point across multiple platforms.
Handbrake is a top-rated open-source video conversion software that is used by professionals, enthusiasts, and even reviewers as a reference point mainly because of its wide variety of media codecs. The rise of streaming and blogging makes video content, both encoding, and transcoding important for these people, regardless of whether they’re seasoned professionals or just starting out. Handbrake also takes advantage of AVX-512 and OpenCL to accelerate certain types of media codecs. Our Handbrake benchmark converts a 500MB MP4 video to H.264 to measure the processor’s performance.
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TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 – Temperatures
The TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 32GB(2x16GB) 7000MHz kit is our second fastest kit in our test suite but surprisingly, it’s the second coolest DDR5 memory at 44.5°C. It’s by far the best kit to use if temperatures are your main concern, especially for SFF builds where airflow is commonly restricted.
This generation’s T-Force Delta RGB memory modules certainly have improved in quality compared to last year’s models as it keeps up with premium kits from competing brands in terms of performance and temperatures. Moreover, the wide range of speed, latency, and storage options allows the brand to capture users with different budgets and use cases. The kit also has white variants available for users looking to complete their white-themed builds. Overall, the TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 32GB which retails for $156.99 or Php8,786.72 is one of the best budget DDR5 kits you could buy thanks to the trifecta of price, performance, and temperatures complimented by vast amounts of configurations – that is if you could find speeds higher than 6400 MHz available in store.
This generation’s TForce Delta RGB memory modules certainly have improved in quality compared to last year’s models as it keeps up with premium kits from competing brands in terms of performance and temperatures. Moreover, the wide range of speed, latency, and storage options allows the brand to capture users with different budgets and use cases. The kit also has white variants available for users looking to complete their white-themed builds. Overall, the TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 32GB which retails for $156.99 or Php 8,786.72 is one of the best budget DDR5 kits you could buy thanks to the trifecta of price, performance, and temperatures complimented by vast amounts of configurations – that is if you could find speeds higher than 6400 MHz available in store.
- Configurations – Various Capacities and Speeds
- Competitive Price
- Availability – Only 6400MHz is available in the PH Market(as of writing)
- May encounter clearance issues for air coolers
Grant is a Financial Management graduate from UST. His passion for gadgets and tech crossed him over in the industry where he could apply his knowledge as an enthusiast and in-depth analytic skills as a Finance Major. His passion allows him to earn at the same time help Gadget Pilipinas' readers in making smart, value-based decisions and purchases with his reviews and guides.