TeamGroup elevates DDR5 speed to a blistering 7200MT/s

No mention of AMD EXPO, but that is some frequency.

TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR5-7200

TeamGroup has launched a T-Force Delta RGB kit with updated clock frequencies and timings up to 7200MT/s at CL34, targeting Intel’s soon-to-be-available 13th Gen Raptor Lake and AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Series processors.

Available at 6800MT/s, 7000MT/s and 7200MT/s speeds in 16GB single-module or 32GB (2x16GB) kits, timings run at CL34-42-42-84 with 1.4V. A special thermal module that combines silicone and an aluminium-alloy heatsink for effective heat dissipation under high loads is used, according to TeamGroup.

TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB

Being DDR5 there’s also on-die ECC increasing system stability – much needed at these high speeds – and Power Management ICs (PMICs) for efficient power distribution. The brand also mentioned support for Intel’s XMP 3.0, but nothing about AMD’s EXPO. These modules should still work just fine on AMD systems; you will just need to do a bit of extra work on timings if you want to squeeze every drop of performance.

The RGB lighting is completely customisable via motherboards’ lighting software and has been certified by manufacturers such as ASRock, Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte and MSI. RGB-infused models are taller than regular sticks, coming in at 46.1mm (H) x 144.2mm (L) x 7mm (W).

The full stack of T-Force Delta RGB kits goes as follows:

FrequencyLatencyData Transfer in MB/sVoltage

While TeamGroup is yet to reveal UK pricing for T-Force Delta RGB DDR5-7200, in the US it’s found at $349.99 on Newegg for a 32GB (2x16GB) kit. If it’s too expensive for your liking, T-Force Delta series also includes DDR5-5200 and DDR5-5600 kits, which are available at £169.19 and £175.19, respectively. All are backed by a lifetime warranty.