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The Team T-Force Delta II features full dazzling RGB lighting w/ Force Flow effect, 120° ultra wide angle luminous area at the top emits colorful bright light. The timing for this memory is 16-18-18-38 (CAS Latency 16 w/ a 1.35V). Offer valid through May 13, 2019 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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For anyone wondering:

Timing 16-18-18-38
CAS Latency 16. (For gaming, most benchmarks i've seen showed a 1-3% fps increase going from 16 to 14 CAS) on the 3000MHz sticks.

Decent price.
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For anyone wondering:

Timing 16-18-18-38
CAS Latency 16. (For gaming, most benchmarks i've seen showed a 1-3% fps increase going from 16 to 14 CAS) on the 3000MHz sticks.

Decent price.
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Regarding Lighting Controls:

The product description says this:
"DELTA RGB offers 9 lighting effects which can be changed by the software of T-FORCE Blitz or ASUS Aura Sync. The lighting effect can be synchronized to the motherboard through the function of ASUS Aura Sync. Users can change the settings manually according to personal preferences."

A user left a bad review complaining about the T-Force software being junk, and having to run in the background all the time. The ram sticks don't remember their last setting without the software running.

The Manufacturer responded with this:

"Our RGB memory can be synchronized with the main motherboard's software like Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB fusion, MSI Mystic etc.
Feel free to download the software from your motherboard's website."
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i have no issue, with this ram, i paid 80 for the 8g for my wife rig, my gigabyte software pick it up right away, never have to use their software. so far, wife loves the setup.
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I have these and the lighting control software are seen by anti cheat as cheating software. Just an FYI. Apex is one of them I haven check to see if their is a work around. And I can no longer uninstall the software due to critic issue after the scan.
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So is this a desktop memory you can stick into any desktop ? Or you need a special build? I'm now starting to build a new PC with.a mini case I bought recently from Fry's.
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I have the 3200 TeamGroup (also on sale) and really like them. Their RGB is better than most imo


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PlStgUrmMo
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So is this a desktop memory you can stick into any desktop ? Or you need a special build? I'm now starting to build a new PC with.a mini case I bought recently from Fry's.
It's really more dependent on your motherboard. In general the answer would be yes, but since you mentioned a mini case, the question would be just how mini is it?
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It's really more dependent on your motherboard. In general the answer would be yes, but since you mentioned a mini case, the question would be just how mini is it?
The case is the Thermaltake Core V1 ITX Mini Cube Case
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The case is the Thermaltake Core V1 ITX Mini Cube Case
It'll fit fine.
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Team Delta Force and Rainbows edition.
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These things run mint on ryzen setups. I had g-skill 3000 that wouldnt run higher than 2600. I popped these cheaper sticks in and they ran at the amd rated 2933mhz all day long. I also have the t-force delta 3200, they are samsung D-die and run 3200 with no fuss. I have not tried to OC them. Its not like i will notice a 2-4% fps increase in exchange of having to run at the bleeding edge of stability.
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It'll fit fine.
Technically there are mini-ITX motherboards that have SODIMMs instead of DIMMs but they're uncommon, so I agree there shouldn't be an issue with the case or the motherboard.
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It'll fit fine.
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