Timings Of 40-40-40-84 And 124?
DDR5 has been around for a few months now and we are staring to see kits with higher frequencies, though the timings remain rather loose. The Team Group T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6400 is one such kit, with a higher frequency than the first kits to arrive but with similar timings. Tweaktown’s testing shows that AIDA really likes the the frequency and only the latency test showed the effects of the looser timings, but the increase in performance in games was marginal.
The kit does have a little extra headroom if you want to overclock, as this kit was capable of running at DDR5-6600 without issue, and TweakTown was also able to reduce the timings of the T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-6400 to a CL of 36. The price of DDR5 is rather high compared to DDR4, and while there is no price for this kit as of yet you can assume it is going to carry an impressive premium. If you did pick up a DDR5 motherboard and are in need, the review is here if you think this might be the kit for you.
Team Group is ready for the DDR5 market with their high-performance T-Force Delta RGB 6400 MT/s kit. Sticking to a sleek design, this memory kit is ready to be put to the test. Follow along as we look into what Team Group has been cooking up in its R&D department.