Introduction

The DELTA RGB DDR4 Gaming memory by T-Force fits nicely in the bracket of inexpensive but high quality RGB DRAM modules. Therefore, you can light up your system without having to break your bank. The kit is available in a number of speeds to meet the needs of your average joe or the enthusiast. The Delta RGB is available in the following speeds:

  • 2400MHz
  • 2666MHz
  • 3000MHz
  • 3200MHz
  • 3600MHz

Dimensions

If you’ve built PCs in the past, you would know how crucial it is it know the height of your stick since it can cause compatibility issues with your CPU cooler and such. In regards to the DELTA RGB, you will have to be wary with the height as it stands 49mm tall.

Specifications

Manufacturer:TeamGroup T-Force
Model:TF4D416G3000HC16CDC01
Speed Rating:DDR4-3200MHz
Rated Timings:16-18-18-38-2t
Tested Capacity:16 GB (8 GB x2)
Tested Voltage:1.35 V
PCB Type:10 layer
Registered/Unbuffered:Unbuffered
Error Checking:Non-ECC
Form Factor:288-pin UDIMM
Warranty:Global Limited Lifetime

Contents and Unboxing

  1. TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB 3200MHz Memory Stick
  2. Instruction Guide
  3. T-Force Sticker

Benchmarks

Memory Examination:
Let’s start the benchmark, we are using AMD Ryzen 5 3600X overclocked to 4.40GHz all cores for better performance. We are assessing performance in,

• AIDA64
• Cinebench
• Handbrake
• 3D Mark Fire Strike
• 3D Mark Time Spy
• Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Aida64:

As you see above in AIDA64, the memory read speed is 44909MB/s along with memory write speed is 25538MB/s, memory copy speed is 42800MB/s and memory latency rate 76.4 nanoseconds (lower is better).

CPU and Gaming Performance:

Now we start the CPU and gaming tests. We used AIDA64 for only memory benchmark and now we use other tools stated above for processor and gaming performance with this memory.

Cinebench:

Cinebench Release 20 by Maxon, Cinebench 20 shows the AMD Ryzen 5 3600X with Teamgroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 (2x8GB) 16GB 3200MHz score at all CPU’s cores are 3686 points and per single core are 502 points. The multiplier ratio is 7.35. This version of Cinebench does not include GPU benchmark option.

Handbrake:

Handbrake is a useful tool of encoding and decoding video clips. In Handbrake, we encode a gameplay video clip of Metro Exodus 1440p 60FPS MP4 file to H.264 M4V file. Presets are “Very Fast 1080p 30fps Modified” and the video duration is 11 seconds and size is 68.2MB. With the power of AMD Ryzen 5 3600X overclocked to 4.40GHz and support of TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 (2x8GB) 16GB 3200MHz, you clearly see the results that average frames per second are 0.96.9, the encoding reaches at 99.85% only in 8 seconds so we assume that it takes 1 more second to reach completely 100%. The results are impressive.

3D Mark Fire Strike:

3D Mark Fire Strike by UL Benchmark is a popular PC benchmark software and a very CPU intensive; I recommend you to stop all background tasks before use this. The results are shown above that graphics total score is 8360 points includes test 1 hits 42.93 FPS and test 2 hits 31.51 FPS, total physics score is 19620 points includes physics test shows 62.29 FPS, the combined score (includes graphics and physics) is 4462 points that contains combined test 20.75 FPS. Total Fire Strike score is 8349 points.

3D Mark Time Spy:

The 3D Mark Time Spy is also a family member of UL Benchmark. Like Fire Strike the results are here shows graphics score 13525 points which includes test 1 hits 89.17 FPS and test 2 hits 76.77 FPS and CPU score is 7209 points includes its test shows 24.22 FPS. The all over Time Spy score is 11954 points.

Assassin’s Creed Odyessey:

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey a masterpiece from Ubisoft, is a massive open world adventure fantasy title, you can explore all over the ancient Greek world. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is very hardware intensive game from Assassin’s Creed series. You need a high-end PC to run this game in ultra-settings for 60FPS. You can see the results from in game benchmark, the graphic settings are maxed out at 1440p 144Hz. The average frames per seconds are 67, minimum hits 22 and maximum achieve 150. The V-Sync here is off in benchmark because I have 144Hz monitor, but I recommend adaptive V-Sync for 60Hz monitors for gameplay because this title barely hits constant 60FPS all over in game, so when the game hits more than 60fps the adaptive V-Sync moved fps back to 60 and removed tearing and in reverse when hits low fps it helps to boost the FPS to avoid stuttering. Overall, the results here are good at that system specifications.

Conclusion:

The TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 3200MHz (2x8GB) 16GB memory kits offers best aesthetics, great performance and outstanding compatibility and finished a genius work of offering the market with a gorgeous memory kit with RGB lighting. We have tested these modules in Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite Wi-Fi motherboard, BIOS upgraded to F31E version and memory running at 3200MHz with XMP enabled. The TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 is available in black and white theme at following frequencies 2666MHz, 3000MHz, 3200MHz and 3600MHz. The RGB lights and its wings like pattern looks beautiful, the RGB lights can be personalized by different software’s like Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, Asus Aura Sync, Mystic Light Sync by MSI etc. because there is no supported application available on TeamGroup official site. The heat spreader is bit taller 49mm maybe an issue for different coolers, best is check it before buying. During our benchmark, we run different softwares and games and the results are satisfying. The TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 (2x8GB) 16GB 3200MHz is available at TEXON-WARE Karachi PKR 17,600/- with 2 years limited warranty. We humbly thankful to them for giving us the unit. The PPG is recommended TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 memories with high end systems for beautiful gaming with RGB lightning.

Pros:

  • Excellent heatsink design
  • RGB lighting
  • Quality and performance
  • Support major softwares
  • Economical price
  • In black and white scheme colors
  • Lifetime warranty by manufacturer

Cons:

  • No official software
  • High profile for some coolers

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