Teamgroup Announces T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5-6600 & DDR5-6000 Kits

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Teamgroup Announces T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5-6600 & DDR5-6000 Kits

DDR5 memory at the moment has not shown many improvements compared to DDR4 and it is that whenever there is a generation jump in memory it takes a long time to start taking advantage of it and normally it starts with a premium that is very difficult for the user to justify. means, medium. The lack of a dual DDR controller for AMD solutions will prevent us from seeing one of the scenarios where victory was promised in the DDR4 vs DDR5 war: in the performance of its integrated graphics or APUs. The Alder Lake iGPUs offer so little graphics power in the core that even though the comparison has been attempted there is hardly any extra performance to scratch.
A big problem that the jump from DDR4 to DDR5 has meant is that it has been accompanied by exaggeratedly high latencies, which are slowly lowering while its speeds already stand out quite a bit compared to the frequencies that we see in DDR4. With the arrival of DDR5, we saw some first DDR5-4800 CL40 modules compared to the usual DDR4-3200 CL16 and even DDR4-3600 CL18 modules at already prevalent prices.
Once the novelty has passed and even with supply problems, we are seeing that the figures of 5,200-5,600 MT/s for DDR5 will pass unnoticed and manufacturers are already betting on offering products that make even more of a difference from the current DDR4. Once the 6,000 MT/s is exceeded, it seems that a new war has begun and it is that of lower latencies.
Teamgroup Announces DDR5-6600 & DDR5-6000 Kits

TEAMGROUP has announced that its T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5 gaming memory range will have two new low latency members and that is that it has announced DDR5-6000 CL30 and DDR5-6600 CL34 modules. We are talking about two 32 GB kits and it seems that it will be difficult to find 16 GB kits with fast DDR5, something that makes the jump to the new memory even more expensive for those who do not need a lot of RAM.

For these new kits they do not mention approximate prices but they do mention dates and it seems that we will find them on the market from July.

Are they low latency modules? seen what’s on the market of course they are, but it’s still early to know what the new “normal” DDR5 will be like now is the DDR4-3200 CL16 and what was once the DDR3-1600 CL10: some memories that may be better but now it is not worth buying slower and is that the DDR4 at a speed slower than 3200 MT/s does not offer a better price (just €2 less a DDR4-2400 than a DDR4-3200 with the same latencies ). So we don’t know if what manufacturers are announcing lately is simply good or already excellent latency, but we are certainly beginning to see more attractive figures than those we saw in 2021.

Time will tell where the speed and latency of DDR5 memory kits stabilize, but most likely these values a year from now will be pretty common and, we hope, affordable. For more information, please visit the TEAMGROUP website or follow on other social media: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Teamgroup Announces T-FORCE DELTA RGB DDR5-6600 & DDR5-6000 Kits

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