Test : Teamgroup Delta RGB 6600 MT/s CL34

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Packaging description:

Unboxing and packaging :

Teamgroup’s kit comes in a sober cardboard box. The brand emphasizes the RGB of its kits, with a black and a white backlit module on the front. The labels of our two black modules can be seen on the back of the box through a cut-out. The labels are enclosed and protected in a transparent plastic cover. On the back of the box, there is also a label reminding the characteristics of the memory kit. Once the box is opened, we find our two sticks perfectly protected in a transparent plastic protection.

There are currently four different versions. The model is available in DDR5 from 6000 to 6600 MT/s, and all come equipped with Hynix memory chips.

Features and cooling :

As we said, our kit is clocked at 6600 MT/s with timings of 34-40-40-84 requiring 1.40 volts. It is made up of two 16 GB sticks, for a total of 32 GB. Heatspreaders are black and white. A white version is also available on Teamgroup’s website, but it seems it will be more difficult to find.

In terms of dimensions, they are 46.1(H) x 144.2(W) x 7(E) mm. The heatspreaders are made of aluminium. They are responsible for dissipating the heat generated by the ten-layer PCB and the memory chips. On the top of the module we can see the RGB area where the addressable LEDs are located. Our modules are of course compatible with all RGB software suite from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, Biostar and ASRock.

The shape of these sticks reminds us of an American stealth fighter aircraft. On the front side, there are several writings suck as the name of the series as well as DDR5 and RGB. A cut-out in the heatsink features the letter “R”. On the back side, a label shows some of the specs of our kit. Finally, you should know that the kit is XMP 3.0 (Extreme Memory Profile) compatible. So don’t forget to activate the profile in your motherboard’s bios.

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