This is a review of the the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 memory kit. TEAMGROUP kindly sent us this unit when they heard we’ve got a test system to play with it.
Now the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is the fastest (on paper) memory kit we’ve tested so far with a 6200 MHz speed rating. This particular unit also comes with 32 GB of total capacity so that’s 16 GB per stick. RGB lighting is also one of its highlights along with a lifetime warranty. This is priced at $399.99 USD. We do not have it locally yet, but you could get the faster 6400 MHz model at 28, 950 PHP via Lazada PH.
Disclosure: TEAMGROUP sent this sample for the purpose of this review. The company did not ask me to say anything particular about it.
- Product Page: TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 Memory
- Price: $399.99 USD (Amazon)
- Release Date: Q4 2021
|Capacity||32 GB (2x 16 GB)|
Packaging and Accessories
The T-Force Delta DDR5-6200 comes in a simple two part packaging.
The package should come with the following items inside:
- 2x TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 32 GB
- Installation guide
- T-Force case badge
Design, Layout and Connectivity
The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is not a simple DRAM to look at. I’m pretty sure what they refer to as “Delta” is based on aircraft wing designs, but this one looks more like “Lambda” technically speaking. Regardless, TEAMGROUP did not conform to any standards with their heatsink and RGB lighting design.
The Delta RGB is pretty tall at around 46.1 mm – at its peak. Width is about 7 mm which is most likely due the overlapping lightbar and sheet metal design. Compatibility is something you have to note if you are going to pair this with an air cooler.
Each TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 memory stick features a single rank module. Each memory IC number at eight, so that’s 2 GB per IC for a 16 GB memory stick. JEDEC speed is 4800 MHz for those wondering.
Test Setup and Methodology
Our test setup relies on the measurements taken from industry standard benchmark tools and real-world applications. It is important to note that we are testing the review sample after burn-in, with at least 24-hours of uptime. This is done so to negate the FOTB (fresh out the box) state of the DUT (device under test), yielding better benchmarking consistency.
|Test System Specifications|
|CPU||Intel Core-i9 12900K|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG Strix Z690-I Gaming Wi-Fi|
|Cooler||Noctua NH-U12S Redux|
|Memory||TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 32 GB|
|GPU||GALAX RTX 2060 EX White 6 GB|
|Storage||Kingston FURY Renegade 2 TB|
|Case||Mechanical Library JXK-K2|
|PSU||Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 650 W|
|OS||Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit|
The DUT is tested with the following configuration from our test system:
- UEFI configuration: Default
- Windows Power Plan: Balanced
Pi calculation speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via SuperPI.
Roots calculation speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via WPrime.
Excellent performance we got here. The JEDEC spec DDR5-4800 is actually faster compared to anything else at SuperPi though.
Cinema 4D score is measured in Points (pts). This is done via Cinebench R20.
V-Ray 5 score is measured in V-Ray samples (vsamples). This is done via V-Ray 5 Benchmark.
The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is definitely the fastest out of the bunch – especially at the V-Ray 5 benchmark.
Digital Content Creation
Image editing speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via RealBench and its built-in GIMP benchmark.
Video encoding speed is measured in Seconds (s).This is done via RealBench and its built-in HandBrake benchmark.
Same story could be said at the content creation benchmarks.
Web browsing speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via PCMark 10 and its built-in Chromium benchmark.
Web browsing speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via PCMark 10 and its built-in Firefox benchmark.
The web browsing benchmark results are neck to neck.
Productivity speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via PCMark 10 and its built-in LibreOffice Writer benchmark. The test aims to check the speed of loading documents.
Productivity speed is measured in Seconds (s). This is done via PCMark 10 and its built-in LibreOffice Calc benchmark. The test aims to check the speed of copying data and compute.
Surprisingly, the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is the slowest here. I’ve tried this on another Z690 system and it still checks out.
Compression speed is measured in Kilobytes per Second (KB/s). This is done via WinRAR and its built-in benchmark.
Instruction speed is measured in Giga-Instructions per Second (GIPS). This is done via 7-Zip and its built-in benchmark.
The TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 demolishes everything we got at the compression related benchmarks.
Frame rate is measured in Frames per Second (FPS). This is done via Final Fantasy XVI: Endwalker and its official benchmark. The test aims to check the 1% low FPS performance.
Frame rate is measured in Frames per Second (FPS). This is done via Sid Meier’s Civilization VI and its built-in benchmark. The test aims to check the 1% low FPS performance.
Although not massive, gaming also saw a boost using the TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB at 6200 MHz. We saw better average FPS at our DirectX 11 title, while we got better 1% Percentile FPS at our CPU intensive DirectX 12 title.
Throughput and Latency
Memory throughput is measured in Megabytes per Second (MB/s). This is done via AIDA64 Extreme and its Cache and Memory Benchmark.
Memory latency is measured in Nanoseconds (ns). This is done via AIDA64 Extreme and its Cache and Memory Benchmark.
Maximum throughput is excellent and so does the latency. The JEDEC profile is definitely slower here but both are chart topping.
Temperature is measured in degree Celcius (ºC) at system idle and load. This is done via AIDA64 Extreme and its System Stability Test.
Temperature output is pretty good, even better compared to the slower Kingston FURY Beast DDR5-5200 – at load.
The TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 comes with RGB lighting support. We have tested this working with our ASUS and ASRock Z690 based test system synced or not.
The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is a fast memory kit from TEAMGROUP, no doubt. It has the best throughput out of the tested kits and profiles along with excellent latency to boot.
Temperature output is also great however, its compatibility with tower coolers is something to watch out since it is a pretty tall memory kit due to its unusual design elements. Price is also at the higher end of the spectrum but that’s a given since most high frequency DDR5 kits with 32 GB of capacity are also near and even over the $399.99 USD figure.
In closing, the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is an excellent kit for its price. Make sure to plan a CPU cooler to go along with it for maximum compatibility.
TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200
The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6200 is a fast memory kit from TEAMGROUP. It has the best throughput out of the tested kits and profiles along with an excellent memory latency to boot.