These RAMs come with EXPO, the technology created to get the most out of the new AMD processors .
The arrival of Ryzen 7000 and the AM5 platform represented a mandatory requirement for AMD CPU users : DDR5 RAM .
And unfortunately things are not that simple, especially if the user is not a hardware enthusiast.
AMD introduced in this generation EXPO technology , its own RAM specification that replaces what in past generations we knew as XMP or DOCP .
EXPO is an open standard created by AMD that provides better performance for users of the AM5 platform .
Thus we come to the Delta α from T-Force , some TeamGroup RAM aimed at users of AMD systems .
The T-Force Delta α come with 5,200 MHz in “stock”, but by making a setting in the BIOS we can use the 6,000 MHz profile. This is exclusive for AMD systems .
16GBx2 DDR5 6000 (1rx8) modules
CL 38-38-38-78 1.25V
Aside from their top-of-the-line performance, they stand out for being RGB RAM , an element many gamers want in their systems. Its implementation of RGB also makes them quite versatile, since they are not very high modules.
We had the opportunity to test them against the TridentZ5 Neo , also at 6,000 MhZ, provided as AMD as recommended for testing on AM5 systems .
The T – Force Delta α performed better on Passmark reading and writing, both multi-core and single-core. Latency was slightly higher compared to the TridentZ5 Neo .
We have to dedicate a space to compatibility issues. ASRock Polychrome version 2.0.131 does not give us the option to control in RGB, although this is possible in the BIOS. It is possible that the control systems of other brands of motherboards allow it without problem.
Are the T – Force Delta α worth it?
The proposal of these RAM with RGB is quite attractive. They bring great performance and in a design that adjusts to different systems. Take into account that they are focused for AMD . If you have an Intel system , look for Delta RGB without the α sign .