Team announced the launch of its high-end DDR5 RAM, the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5which are now available in two new variants, a fast DDR5 @ 6600MHz with latencies CL34 in the form of a 32 GB (2x 16 GB) capacity kit, while on the other hand we have a low latency model that reaches a frequency of 6000MHz with latencies CL30 in the same 32 GB capacity.

Obviously, don’t expect pricing details, which you’ll find out when they hit the market. sometimes in July.

TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5

Leveraging T-Force LAB’s outstanding R&D capabilities, global memory leader TeamGroup is proud to announce the release of two new specification updates for T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 gaming memory. Overclocking RAM is available in a high-speed 6600 MHz variant and a low-latency 6000 MHz CL30 variant. Samples have been sent to major motherboard manufacturers for verification testing. Through continuous improvements in product design and R&D capabilities, TeamGroup is able to deliver the best high-performance experience to gamers and overclocking enthusiasts around the world who seek the best of the best.

With the maturation of DDR5 platform development, T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 gaming memory has undergone a revolutionary upgrade. In two additional specification options: a DDR5-6600 CL34 2X16GB kit and a DDR5-6000 CL30 2X16GB kit. Each module is equipped with carefully selected high-quality ICs and power management chip to deliver superior system performance and stable computing. It will fully satisfy any gamer looking for top notch overclocking performance and smooth and smooth gaming experiences.

Delta RGB DDR5 memory features the iconic 120° open-angle RGB cooling system supported by the intelligent RGB IC controller. The unique DDR5 thermal module is combined with superb aluminum alloy heatsinks and a special thermal compound, providing gamers and overclockers with unparalleled thermal performance and stability, as well as a visually pleasing environment while gaming.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 DDR5-6600 CL34 and DDR5-6000 CL30 memory variants are scheduled to launch worldwide in July 2022.