TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Ram 32GB (2x16GB) 6400MHz PC5-51200 CL40 Desktop Memory Module Ram for 600 700 Series Chipset XMP 3.0 Ready Black -FF3D532G6400HC40BDC01 32GB(2x16GB) DDR5 6400MHz 40-40-40-84 Black
Model Number: FF3D532G6400HC40BDC01
TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Ram 32GB (2x16GB) 6400MHz PC5-51200 CL40 Desktop Memory Module Ram for 600 700 Series Chipset XMP 3.0 Ready Black -FF3D532G6400HC40BDC01 32GB(2x16GB) DDR5 6400MHz 40-40-40-84 Black is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR5 Ram 32GB (2x16GB) 6400MHz PC5-51200 CL40 Desktop Memory Module Ram For 600 700 Series Chipset XMP 3.0 Ready Black -FF3D532G6400HC40BDC01
|32 GB DDR5
|Delta RGB DDR5
|Item model number
|14.42 x 0.7 x 4.55 cm; 45 Grams
|Item dimensions L x W x H
|14.4 x 0.7 x 4.5 Centimetres
|4.7 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,870 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#12,202 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #190 in Computer Memory
|Date First Available
|Nov. 19 2021
|Computer memory size
|RAM memory technology
|Led Lights, Lightweight
|Column address strobe latency
|Delta RGB DDR5
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Plugged them into my x670 Aorus Elite AX motherboard with updated Bios, with a 7800x3d cpu. It gave me an option to select either AMD expo or Intel XMP timings for CL-30, 6000 mhz. I selected AMD expo, and it boots into windows no problem. Memory training time wasn't that long as well, feels like it was less than a minute. ARGB works with my gigabyte software. In summary, plug in, select timings and it just works, just like what one would expect from quality RAM. No complaints, would highly recommend for the current market price! (Oct 2023)
A-Die is tricky, and it will take a lot of tinkering to get it stable, as A-Die is heat sensitive, very much so compared to M-Die. M-Die will not clock as high, but will not be unstable at 60C, and A-Die can be. Luck of the draw though. Mine goes up to 60C on 1 DIMM and 55C on 2nd DIMM M-Die G.Skill Trident Z5 theoretically can still clock up way higher than 6400mhz, but not as high as A-Die. My M-Die G.Skill can do 6700mhz stable at very good latency of CL32 and 41-41-28, or CL32 42-42-28, I ran both were stable. A-Die shines in upper frequencies. As M-Die would not boot at 7000 XMP at all. I noticed that system agent plays a huge role in getting sticks to boot on both M-Die and A-Die, I set mine at 1.30v on System Agent and they both work, but timing are very specific to each stick and not just A-Die, yes...theoretically you can do better timings on M-Die at lower frequencies, but they won't clock as high as A-Die. Be careful with VDD2/VDDQ as too much voltage can degrade the memory chips on the sticks and the memory controller of the CPU if System Agent is funky or too high or VDD2/VDDQ are too high, also VDD A0 and VDDQ A1 can fry your memory as well if set too high. Set it too high and find more errors in Test Mem 5. Memory overclocking is not easy, and I have spent 2 weeks memory testing overnight, and unless you have 2 DIMM memory board, it will be tricky. I just bought a 2 DIMM Z790 to try, and if I remember, I will report back. 4 DIMM boards on Z690 platform can theoretically clock up to 7000 or so if you find the right setting, but at the loss of timings, as timings will need to be way higher. Z690 is limited, but so it Z790 that has 4 ram slots. Boards like Unify-X, Tachyon, and Apex is what you need for heavy overclocking ram, and you need airflow over the sticks. Run HWMonitor to see the temps and run Test Mem 5 with Extreme777.cfg profile (downloaded separately). It will take a long time to find out if your XMP is stable, and if not you must do it manual. No stick will run 8000 from the get go, and most boards will not run 7800. Higher ram frequency kits are easier to tune, because potential is there. I am running 6933mhz on Z690 Aorus Master right now with CL34-42-42-47, with this A-Die, probably can go lower than 47 on tRAS, but I have been running stress tests for week and a half. It takes a long time to test for 8+ hours each night. On M-Die I was running 6700mhz at faster timings, and was nearly matching 6933mhz in terms of latency, not the throughput of the A-Die though. If you buy this kit know you must have an excellent board and excellent CPU, and also know how to tune memory. It will take forever. Or be willing to set it at lower mhz and loose timings and don't complain. Because your 4 DIMM board will never do 8000mhz. Just being realistic. I am confident with these sticks I can hit 7400mhz easy on Z790 2 DIMM board, and will try to hit 7600mhz or 7800mhz, but again...it will take a week of testing. FYI: Just because your sticks are stable in Mem Test 5, doesn't mean your games are. Yesterday my R6 Siege quit completely exited with a huge delay as it did that. Reason: RAM So from 7000mhz stable in Mem Test 5, it wasn't stable in game. Dialed it back to 6933mhz and it's perfect again. This will improve your 1% and 0.1% lows, and improve your frame pacing. If you don't know how to manage voltages properly, you will degrade your CPU or fry it. You can also fry motherboard or the ram itself. Be careful, this is not CPU overclocking.
I like everything about the T Force RAM that I purchased. Super fast delivery but I would have liked a bit more protection around the ram for it's journey to me. They arrived undamaged but not very well packed. Seller was responsive and package arrived very fast so I am Very Happy. Thank you and kind regards.
Let’s get the basics out the way, speed is phenomenal for the price especially since this is still new technology. With the DDR5 model, I’ve had two of the RAM sticks for a year and so far the RGB still looks phenomenal, I don’t notice the problem others are having with hot spots. You see how I said I’ve had TWO for a year and there are 4 in the picture. I ordered more RAM since I started running a server off of my pc, and I thought 64 gb would be a great upgrade. However, if you’re building a DDR5 system with intel 12th or 13th Gen processors, using 4 DIMM slots causes issues with DDR5 Ram. After upgrading my PC, I went to the bios and enabled XMP for the new sticks, and boom, I started blue screening every time I got to my Home Screen. Since I was aware this was an issue before purchasing, I switched back to the default speed of 4000, ran my server with no issues and I knew I’d have to update my BIOS later. I purchased more RAM sticks knowing there was this issue, but I’ve read on websites and Reddit that a bios update have helped most people out as the issue got resolved. HOWEVER, after updating, it did not fix, so now I have to run my RAM at 5200 mHz. This is OKAY for me since intel 12th Gen only supports up to 4800 speeds, but with newer processors coming out, they can support higher speeds. I’d just be careful and if you plan on saving a bit of cash when you build your rig and plan on upgrading your RAM later, I would just purchase 2 sticks of what you want. Messing with RAM timings and voltage can be annoying especially if you plan on upgrading years later when you forget about how to resolve the issue. So if you purchase 32 GB thinking you might need 64 in the future, just buy the 2 stick 64gb models. Can’t knock the ram tho, it’s been running perfectly as it’s just the early phase of DDR5’s problem. Finally, yes DDR5 RAM does run cooler than DDR4 due to running at lower voltages.
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