TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200 C34 Review. Overclocker's Delight - POKIKA

TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200 C34 Review. Overclocker’s Delight

Delta’s new RGB DDR5-7200 comes with the kind of advancements we’ve come to expect in what is quickly becoming a mature technology. It takes time for new technologies to catch on. Intel was one step ahead of its rival AMD when it adopted DDR5 memory early on in the mainstream platform. Intel had already adopted DDR5 since Alder Lake; therefore, Raptor Lake was the chipmaker’s second generation of consumer chips to test DDR5 support. AMD, on the other hand, recently made the transition with its Zen 4 processors. With a generation under Intel’s belt, it’s understandable why the Raptor Lake processors have more space for high-speed DDR5 memory kits.

Memory vendors had made significant progress with DDR5. Thanks to Intel’s Raptor Lake product, manufacturers can set DDR5 speed limits. As a result, memory kits ranging between DDR5-7000 and DDR5-8000 have hit the retail market these days. TeamGroup’s Delta RGB DDR5 memory portfolio offers a variety of data transfer speeds, but this review will evaluate the company’s Delta RGB DDR5-7200 C34 memory kit and see if it’s for you.

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