TeamGroup Delta RGB DDR5 6000 MHz CL40 review

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Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

“The T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 continues the design language of the DELTA DDR4 Series by maintaining the ultra-large spreader with wide-angled RGB edges and a minimalist geometrical surface. The overall look is further enhanced by its sleek stealth-fighter-inspired design. In addition, the color and flashing speed of each RGB LED used in DELTA RGB DDR5 can be independently controlled, offering more freedom to customize lighting effects than a typical RGB DDR4 memory. Players will easily customize their dazzling RGB effects through the manufacturers’ lighting software. Currently, samples have been sent to ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI, ASROCK, BIOSTAR, and other motherboard manufacturers for lighting tests.”


  • RGB Colors & 120° Ultra-Wide Lighting

        Modeled after a stealth aircraft, the T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 delivers a refreshing visual experience and continues to offer the 120° ultra-wide lighting and clean geometric silhouette found in the DELTA RGB DDR4.

  • Supports Intel XMP3.0 for One-Click Overclocking

        It supports the latest Intel XMP3.0 and one-click overclocking technology; users can experience ultra-fast overclocking speeds at a single click.

  • Strengthened PMIC Cooling Design

        DELTA RGB DDR5 is equipped with professional thermally conductive silicon, reinforced PMIC cooling design, and effective, stable PMIC operations.

  • On-die ECC for System Stability

        The DELTA RGB DDR5 memory supports on-die ECC, which offers error correction and detection to ensure that system stability is not compromised for performance.

  • Power Management ICs (PMICs) Equipped for Stable, Efficient Power Usage

        The DELTA RGB DDR5 memory is equipped with PMIC, minimizing noise interference and ensuring stable,                 

         efficient power distribution across all components for a fast, reliable power supply.

  • High-Quality ICs Selected for Stability & Reliability

        TEAMGROUP has selected a high-quality IC with comprehensive compatibility and reliability testing to ensure a gaming memory that delivers both stability and compatibility.

  • Smart RGB IC Controllers Support Various Lighting Effect Software

        The T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 is equipped with a smart RGB IC controller compatible with lighting effect software such as ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASROCK-Polychrome Sync, and BIOSTAR Advanced VIVID LED DJ[1] for lighting effects and       

        synchronization. With the RGB DDR5, gamers can design their lighting effects and create an incredibly stunning RGB system.

  • The Lifetime warranty

         T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 offers a comprehensive lifetime warranty. We provide a free replacement service for non-human product trouble during the product’s intended usage/application*, making the process simple and offering you peace of mind.


Enough with the marketing stuff here, so we can proceed to the essence. Let’s see what we have under the hood.


First up is Thaiphoon Burner, which is a very good utility for checking the basic data on a RAM die. According to this program, the chip manufacturer is unknown, so is the rest of the information, so this time the utility didn’t bring us what we were expecting. CPU-Z then. It shows that SK Hynix is the DRAM manufacturer. The only IC in production is the M-Die, so we can assume that’s the one used here (without removing the heatsink, which brings a risk of causing damage to the module). 








Basic timings:



32 GB (16 GB x2)


1.35 V

Form Factor:

288-pin DIMM


Limited Lifetime

I didn’t spot the QVL on the TeamGroup website. The chips are covered with a heatsink to ensure that the memory and PCB maintain a similar temperature, providing the best performance. You put the sticks in, enable XMP (which is, in fact, the industry standard, and it’s hard to spot any RAM without this feature nowadays), reboot, and that’s it. Traditionally, we’ll kick off the review with photo-shooting first and then move on to the practical part (benchmark/games).

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