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Magnificent RGBae SSDs by TEAMGROUP — because why not?

Magnificent RGBae SSDs by TEAMGROUP — because why not?

by Vyncent ChanApril 30, 2018
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SSDs are probably one of the most boring things to happen to PCs. They are fast, but they sit there quietly doing their thing. At least hard disk drives spin up and make some funky noises when they are dying, you feel me? RGB lighting on SSDs is probably the one thing that makes SSD attractive for more than just their performance, and actually be seen for their looks. And then TEAMGROUP goes ahead to announce the T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD, complete with addressable LEDs.

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But first let’s make it clear, these are no slouches when it comes to performance either. These SSDs come with 3D NAND to deliver up to 560MB/s read speeds over the SATA III interface. To prevent any surprises, these SSDs come in the standard 2.5″ form factor. It is however on the thicker end at 9.5mm.

The T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD has the largest illuminated area in the industry yet. You can pick between the DELTA S RGB SSD — stands for simple — where the RGB lighting can be controlled with compatible motherboards’ 12V RGB connector. If you opt for the T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD — note the lack of any suffix, as this is the Magnificent version — you get support for a 5V addressable RGB connector to enable more effects with the addressable RGB LEDs. Both SSDs come in black and white where the light don’t shine, allowing for a perfect pairing with any rig.

Covered by a 3-year limited warranty, these drives are rated with a MTBF of 1 million hours. No idea if the MTBF includes the LEDs or just the 3D NAND inside.

T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD Specifications

Form factor 2.5″
Capacity 250GB, 500GB, 1TB
Interface SATA 3 (6 Gbps)
Rated speed Sequential:
Up to 560 MB/s Write: Up to 510 MB/s
Read: Up to 90 000 IOPS Write: Up to 85 000 IOPS
Dimensions 100 mm X 69.9 mm X 9.5 mm
Warranty 3 years
Pricing 250GB: $86
500GB: $132
1TB: $259

Pokdepinion: Damn these look good!

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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