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T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 Review

In this review, we will test the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 kit and show you its benchmarks along with overclocking.

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Review Verdict

TEAMGROUP means business with their Delta series DDR5 kits. The Delta RGB 32GB DDR5 kit in white color packs a good performance with tight timings giving it a distinctive advantage over loose timing kits. What makes this kit even more compelling is the pricing giving this kit a good price-to-performance ratio. The only caveat is low overclocking headroom.
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  • Value - 9/10
  • Performance - 8/10
  • Quality - 9/10
  • Features - 9/10


  • Operates at 6000MT/s
  • RGB Lighting
  • Good Performance on XMP1
  • Intel XMP 3.0
  • Aluminum heat spreader
  • Better Paint Job
  • Build Quality
  • Limited Life Time Warranty
  • Price


  • Less headroom for overclocking

T-Force is a brand from TEAMGROUP. They have established themselves as reliable and popular among PC enthusiasts for manufacturing storage and memory products. They have also ventured into the liquid cooling arena lately though we have yet to test any of their cooler and storage product. This time, T-Force sent us Delta RGB DDR5 2x16GB 6000MHz CAS30 kit in white for review. This kit has two modules which are in white color finish to our liking. They are rated for a speed or transfer rate of 6000MT/s with a timing of CAS30.

Key Takeaways

  • The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 is ideal for those looking for an excellent-performing RAM module that incorporates RGB lighting, excellent build quality, and sleek visual elements. 
  • The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 is not for anyone looking to overclock the module to a higher degree.
  • The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 demonstrated respectable figures, without compromising on its design, aesthetics, and cooling.

Let’s go over the key differences between DDR4 and DDR5:


ProductT-Force Delta RGB DDR5
Data Transfer Bandwidth48,000 MB/s (PC5 48000)
CompatibilityIntel: 600 and 700 series
Dimensions46.1 (H) x 144.2 (L) x 7 (W)mm
WarrantyLifetime Warranty

Packing Box

Like what we have seen so far in the DDR5 category, this kit is also shipped inside a paperboard-made outer packing box.


Let’s take a closer look at the kit.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — Translucent Bar
Translucent Bar (Image By Tech4Gamers)

This series is based on AMD Expo technology. The Delta RGB (Non-α) series is for the Intel platform, though in my experience; these can be used on the AMD platform as well. This series has an extensive range of kits at varying transfer rates, latencies, capacities, and voltages, all of which are mentioned here:

Transfer SpeedsCapacity LatencyVoltage Range
DDR5 7600
DDR5 7800
DDR5 8000
DDR5 8200

Oh, boi! This is an extensive range of transfer rates from TEAMGROUP. They mean business with these kits. This series is available in black and white, as mentioned above. We are taking a look at the Delta RGB series which offers a white color kit with a 6000MT/s transfer rate at CAS30. Available in 16GB and 32GB capacities per stick, it comes in dual-channel configurations of 2x16GB and 2x32GB.

The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 kit measures 144.2×46.1x7mm (LxHxW), featuring a High-Profile design. Compared to the Kingston Fury Renegade RGB DDR5 kit (133.35x44x7.66mm), it’s longer and taller. With a non-ECC, unbuffered DIMM, and 288-pin layout, it maintains the Delta RAM aesthetic in white. The paint job is noteworthy, and its High-Profile design should be considered for air-cooling solutions.

In my opinion, this white tone is not dull enough to make a boring outlook nor overly done to make it super bright white like the CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB DDR5 kit which we tested earlier. T-Force has used a balanced white tone on these kits.

This kit features a stylish aluminum heatsink with gray stenciling on a white background, giving it a sleek look. The T-Force branding and an R-shaped symbol, possibly indicating RGB, adorn the upper mid-section. The extra length comes from diffusers on both ends, providing a 120° RGB light show.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — Top View
Top View (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The kit features a thick, non-linear diffuser running across its length, creating a harmonized design. Unlike some competitors, such as Kingston Fury Renegade RGB DDR5, there’s no obstruction on the edges, ensuring a clean look as the diffuser spans from side to side.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — Bottom View
Bottom View (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The T-Force Delta RGB 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 features a single-rank design with a standard black PCB. The non-populated side has a wide black pad, compensating for width equalization. The populated side includes a central PMIC chip, with 4 memory chips on each side.

This gives a 32GB capacity overall in 1Rx8 using a 2G x 64-bit design. We can also see a thermal pad on these chips. T-Force is suing Hynix Die on this kit having a part number H5CG48?EBDX014. The “?” in the part number probably refers to the letter A, but I am unsure. This kit uses PMIC controller RTQ5132GQWF from Richtek.

We spot the same controller on Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5 32GB 6400MT/s CAS 32 (Non-RGB). Manufactured in February 2023 (week 08), this kit lacks a programmed EXPO but is compatible with Intel XMP 3.0. Thaiphoon Burner could not read the SPD Hub device completely. This kit is mentioned to have an SPD hub device having a model SPD5118—Y1B000NCG. My guess is that this chip is from Montage Technology.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — Temp
Temp (Image By Tech4Gamers)

It is also surprising that Thaiphoon Burner reported this kit as not having a temperature sensor, but HWInfo64 actually was reading a temperature sensor. This temperature spiked when the kit was put under load, confirming that sensor was there.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — Side View
Side View (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The PCB is protruding from the sides of the heat spreader. This is to make room so that latching can be done when installing the modules in the socket. As mentioned above, the diffuser is running on the sides of this kit.


Let’s take a tour of the UEFI BIOS and see the relevant options for DDR5.

We can see the correct SPD data on the XMP profile.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — AIDA64 SPD
AIDA64 SPD (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The above is the SPD readout as taken from the AIDA64 Engineer edition.


We are using below mentioned configuration for RAM testing:

Other kits are:

We are thankful to our sponsors for this test bench. The following software has been used for the testing:

  • AIDA64 Engineer
  • SiSoftware Sandra Suite
  • CINEBENCH R23.2 CPU Single Core
  • Performance Test
  • 3DMark Time Spy
  • Super Pi

Before testing, we loaded XMP 3.0 (XMP1) in UEFI BIOS. The timings and DRAM frequency were manually loaded just in case to ensure the proper working of the kit.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — CPU Z
CPU Z (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The above is a CPU-Z screenshot. Looking closely, you will notice that the software is reporting the kit to be in quad-channel configuration. The reason for that is with DDR5 kits, we have two channels per module, with each being 32-bit wide.


Let’s start with the results.


Starting with AIDA64.

SiSoft Sandra

Now, let’s take a look at the results from Sandra memory related benchmarks.

Other Benchmarks

Here are all of the remaining benchmarks.


Well, unlike our experience with the T-Force NightHawk RGB DDR4 16GB kit, the overclocking experience on this kit was nothing but frustration. This kit loves to take more voltage for mild overclocking, and on top of that, you would need to tweak the system agent voltage as well. We were only able to push this kit to 6400MHz with a mere 400MHz gain over stock 6000MHz. For that, we ended up using 1.42V on VDD and VDDQ with 1.30V on system agent voltage. This was without any change in the timings.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — BIOS Voltages System
BIOS Voltages System (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The above picture shows the VCCSA (System Agent Voltage) bumped to 1.30V. VDDQ and VDD2 CPU voltages were bumped to 1.40V. Even then, the kit was not stable.

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 — BIOS Voltages OC
BIOS Voltages OC (Image By Tech4Gamers)

The above picture shows the VDD A0 and VDDQ voltages for this overclock. Our final was 1.450V on these two variables to make this kit work.

Memory Frequency Multiplier 6400MHz
Timings 30-36-36-76
Gear Mode Auto
VDD A0 1.45V
VDDQ 1.45V
VPP 1.80V
VDD2 CPU 1.40V

Here are the results from this overclock.

RGB Lighting

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 packs stunning and vivid RGB lighting. This kit has a 120° viewing angle when it comes to its lighting. This kit is compatible with the following:


TEAMGROUP is not providing dedicated software to control the RGB elements, which is a wise move as they have tried to make these kits compatible with leading motherboard manufacturers’ solutions.  We have tested this kit on a GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS ELITE AX motherboard using RGB FUSION 2.0 app.

One thing I would like to cover here is that in order to have RGB Fusion work almost correctly, it must be launched from GCC (GIGABYTE Control Center). GIGABYTE has now switched to one window operation using GCC. Also, make sure that GCC and RGB Fusion are up to date. Otherwise, it may not work.

Here are a few pictures:

Should You Buy It?

After thorough testing, I’ve listed a few points that might help you if you are considering this module.

Buy It If:

You want a reasonably priced DDR5 kit: The T-Force Delta RGB 32GB 6000 MT/s provides excellent performance without costing an egregious amount.

You prefer RGB lighting: The T-Force Delta RGB 32 6000 MT/s incorporates RGB lighting along with notable visual elements that enhance its appearance.

Don’t Buy It If:

You are looking for an overclockable module: While marginal overclocking is possible with the kit, its potential is fairly limited when compared to other modules.


TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 is the 7th DDR5 kit that we tested in 2023. We have tested T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 32GB 6000MT/s CAS30 in white color. This series has retained the main design element of the Delta series from the DDR4 series. The main heatsink is made of aluminum material, and it is white in color. I appreciate their design team for giving due consideration to the white color tone. 

This kit has performed very well in our testing competing against four other similar speed kits in our test suite with a few exceptions. RGB lighting is vivid and brilliant. However, both modules run out of sync. However, we encountered issues during overclocking. This kit is difficult to overclock. For a mere +400MHz boost over stock 6000MHz, we ended up using 1.45V on VDDQ and VDD A0. 

T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 2x16GB 6000MT/s CAS30 kit is listed at USD 120.99 on NewEgg at the time of this testing. This is a highly competitive price from the manufacturer, given a difference of USD 30 on similar timings and speed options from other manufacturers. TEAMGROUP is providing a limited lifetime warranty on this kit.

Thanks to TEAMGROUP for the provision of a test unit.

Awards Received By The T-Force Delta RGB DDR5

Here are the Tech4Gamers awards received by the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5.

  1. Best White RAM For i5-14600KF
  2. Best White RAM For i5-14600K
  3. Best 32GB DDR5 RAM For Intel Platform
  4. Best White RAM For i9-14900K
  5. Runner-Up For Best RGB DDR5 RAM For i5-12600K

Recent Updates

  • November 22, 2023: Few text changes to improve readability. Also added galleries

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