TEAMGROUP Announces T-FORCE DELTAα RGB DDR5 Memory with AMD EXPO Support for One-Click Overclocking

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T-FORCE, TEAMGROUP’s gaming brand, has launched the T-FORCE DELTAα RGB DDR5, new gaming memory built specifically for AMD Ryzen 7000 Series processors and 600 Series motherboards that features AMD EXPO support for easy, one-click overclocking.

The memory will be available in three frequencies (5,200 MHz, 5,600 MHz, and 6,000 MHz) in both single and dual channel options and is modeled after stealth aircraft, according to TEAMGROUP.

  • Exclusive DDR5 memory for AMD
  • AMD EXPO support for one-click overclocking
  • RGB Colors & 120° Ultra-Wide Lighting
  • Power Management ICs (PMICs) Equipped for Stable, Efficient Power Usage
  • Strengthened PMIC Cooling Design
  • On-die ECC for Stable System
  • High-Quality ICs Selected for Stability & Reliability
  • Equipped with Smart RGB IC Controller that Supports Various Lighting Effect Software

Modeled after a stealth aircraft, T-FORCE DELTAα RGB DDR5 features a strong and clean geometric silhouette with 120° ultra-wide lighting to deliver a fierce military style. The new gaming memory is 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. With the RGB DDR5, gamers can design their own lighting effects and create an incredibly stunning RGB system. T-FORCE DELTAα RGB DDR5 is equipped with PMIC for better power management and a strengthened PMIC cooling design using thermally conductive silicon or more effective cooling and stable PMIC operations. The memory also supports on-die ECC and one-click overclocking with AMD EXPO so that gamers can enjoy the extreme speeds of overclocking with one simple click.

TEAMGROUP has confirmed that its DELTAα RGB DDR5 memory will arrive at Amazon and Newegg in North America in early January 2023.

TEAMGROUP did not provide pricing details in its press release.

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