Ends with today’s announcements from .’s gaming company team group, we found memories of DDR5 RAM T-Force Vulcan And T-Force Delta RGB.
T-Force Vulcan DDR5
These memories stand out for their simple design with moderate size aluminum heatsinks, they don’t need more to cool the memory chips DDR5 which will reach frequencies 5200 MHz, and will be presented in two-channel groups from Capacity up to 64 GB (2x 32 GB). The information is supplemented with the profile portal Intel XMP 3.0 For overclocking with a simple click.
T-Force Delta RGB DDR5
These memories are identical, except that they really add to a great gaming design with oversized heatsinks and a generous diffuser on top. for RGB lighting Irradiate your system and part of the room. The company indicated that it has teamed up with motherboard manufacturers Asus, ASRock, BIOSTAR, Gigabyte, MSI, and others, so that the lighting is configurable from the manufacturers’ own software.
Like the previous model, it will arrive in the form of two sets of 2 x 16 GB and 2 x 32 GB At frequencies of 5200MHz later this year, that’s when Intel Alder Lake CPUs came out.
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