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TeamGroup announces the T-Force Delta RGB, the world’s first RGB-lit DDR5 memory module, set to run at up to 5600 MHz

The TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB is set to be the world’s first RGB-lit DDR5 memory module (Image source: TeamGroup)
The TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB is set to be the world’s first RGB-lit DDR5 memory module (Image source: TeamGroup)
With DDR5 memory set to go mainstream over the next couple months, TeamGroup announced the launch of the world’s first RGB-lit DDR5 memory module, running at up to 5600 MHz.

With high-speed DDR5 memory set to hit the mainstream market over the next few months, TeamGroup announced its upcoming T-Force Delta RGB, set to become the world’s first RGB-lit DDR5 RAM modules. 

While the RGB lighting might be appealing to system builders looking at bling out an Alder Lake or Zen 4 system, it’s not the only factor TeamGroup is promoting. The T-Force Delta RGB will be available in 16 and 32GB configurations, with speeds of up to 5600 MHz, a big step up from mainstream DDR4 RAM modules. In addition, the T-Force Delta RGB will support XMP 3.0 for easier memory overclocking.

It is important to note here that the T-Force Delta isn’t actually on the market at the moment. TeamGroup is targeting a Q4 2021 launch window for these RAM modules. This is roughly in line with when Intel’s Alder Lake parts and LGA 1700 motherboards with DDR5 support are set to arrive. 

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Arjun Krishna Lal, 2021-08-19 (Update: 2021-08-19)