TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200, complete analysis

TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200, complete analysis

Speaking of heat, TeamGroup hasn’t changed the characteristic symmetrical cooler of this heirloom family, why would it? With previous generations of memory, it has shown to be excellent at dissipating heat and keeping the chips at a good temperature at all times. Above them is an RGB LED lighting bar that we can configure with the motherboard software, giving the system an additional touch of color.

Unboxing and external analysis

At this point, we have already analyzed a handful of RAM memory from this manufacturer, so their packaging, which is the same as used in previous versions of this Delta RGB, is no stranger to us. So we have a soft, black cardboard packaging, on the front of which we can see an image of the memories, one black and one white, two versions available. A sticker at the top right indicates we’re dealing with a 32GB (2x16GB) kit clocked at 7,200MHz.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

On the back is the product description in various languages. There are also some “windows” that allow us to see the labels of the memory modules, while at the bottom there are the logos of the RGB software they are compatible with and a QR that will take us to the product page. on the manufacturer’s website.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

Inside we find a reflective T-Force sticker, as well as a small information leaflet about the lifetime warranty these memorabilia carry.

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Of course, we also have memories that are perfectly preserved in a clear plastic bubble in which they are embedded. Apart from this transparent plastic, we can see the memories that are exactly the same as the other Delta RGB models that we have examined before in terms of aesthetics.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

On the outside we find a black aluminum heatsink where the brand’s details stand out, such as the T-Force logo, DDR5 RGB and Delta family.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

One of the most striking details is on one of the sides because this perforation will light up when the memories come back to life.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

On the side that will be closed after it is installed on the motherboard, we do not have all these details, we just have the usual identification sticker on each module.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

In the upper part we find the usual translucent tube, under which there are RGB LED diodes. On one side, there is another detail of the brand that says T-FORCE.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

Given our memories of being aesthetically identical to other Delta RGB models we’ve reviewed in the past, it’s time to hook them up to our test bench and run them to see how they behave.

This is how TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200 works

We used our usual Intel Alder Lake-S test bench to test the performance of these RAM sticks. You will see that we are using a Z690 motherboard, not a Z790, for the tests, and we can confirm that we have absolutely no issues running them as of now, just connect them, boot the system and configure the XMP profile. BIOS. The memories worked flawlessly and smoothly at 7,200 MHz from the first minute.

  • Intel Core i9-12900K.
  • Be quiet! Pure Rock 2 FX.
  • CORSAIR RM1000i.
  • TeamGroup Cardea A440 Pro 2TB.
  • GeForce RTX 3070 Ti.

As always, we used Windows 11 Pro 64-bit as the operating system for all tests and all updates were installed.

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

Let’s start by looking at the screenshot of CPU-Z, which will show us the processor, motherboard and working memory.


As we said, we were able to activate the XMP profile at 7.200 MHz without any problems, and CPU-Z shows us the memory operating at that frequency. With that in mind, let’s start seeing its performance and as always we start off. aida64.


These are the first RAM memories to pass our lab to exceed 1GB/s, although in this case only at read speed. Additionally, we were surprised to see relatively low latency times, despite these memories having higher-than-normal latency. We’ll compare it to other DDR5 RAMs we’ve passed on the same test bench.

Graphic Aida64

As you can see, this is our best performing DDR5 RAM, which is normal because to put this in perspective, they run 2,000MHz more than the first DDR5 we had. 5.200MHz.

We move on to the next test. SuperPiSince the results of the processor’s calculations are stored in it, it forces the processor to calculate the decimal places of the Pi number in a task (which, as you know, is infinite) that heavily strains the RAM memory. This was the result.


And below is a comparison with other RAM we have.

SuperPi Chart

Slowly (but 3 seconds), but these RAM sticks were slower than their sisters at 6,400 Mhz. How is that possible if they are running at 800 MHz plus? It’s simple, because on the SuperPi, latency has much more of an effect than raw speed, because the communication speed between the processor and RAM comes into play, and this model’s latencies at 7,200 MHz are higher than ours. analyzed some time ago at 6,400 MHz.

Let’s see if it’s the same wprimeAnother benchmark for RAM memory, which also calculates decimal places for the Pi, but uses different algorithms. In this case, we will use both the 32 million decimal places test and the 1,024 million decimal place test, always using 4 processing threads in parallel.


Of course, you also have comparisons with other reports here.

WPrime graphic

Again, we are faced with a similar situation, although more specific: the high latency of this RAM memory reduced the time required to perform calculations, and memory with slower but faster latency did better.

Now let’s move on to a real performance test, thanks WinRAR We will be able to see the performance of these memories while working with the compression and decompression of files.

WinRARWinRAR Graphics

The result is not only impressive, but also at the forefront of performance with a significant difference compared to other models. Here, this operating frequency is quite pronounced at an impressive 7,200 MHz.

Conclusion and decision

With the arrival of the next generation Intel processors (Core 13) came a wave of much faster DDR5 RAM too and 6600MHz was crazy until recently, now memory above 7,000MHz will be normal (remember, before you go also, TeamGroup is using this Delta RGB DDR5 to 7,600MHz). up to MHz).

Team Group Delta RGB DDR5 7200

TeamGroup offers a top quality and guaranteed (in fact lifetime warranty) product that is at the forefront of technology, as we are used to, because it was once again one of the first manufacturers to offer us RAM. The highest speed memory available on the market. This T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 at 7,200 MHz is proof that we have more and better performance for PC memory.

What surprised us the most was that we were able to analyze them seamlessly on a Z690 motherboard so that they could run at maximum speed with the ease that enabling the XMP profile gave us. the ability to have the fastest RAM memories on the market without having to update the motherboard to the latest version available. Of course, a downside is the price, as these new generation memory sticks are quite expensive.

For all these reasons, we believe these TeamGroup Delta RGB DDR5 7,200 MHz RAM memories deserve our Gold award and recommendation for their excellent performance.

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