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Team Group announces the T-Force Delta RGB SSD

Because RGB needs to be on every inch of everything.

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The RGB trend for PC hardware shows no sign of slowing, with this addition to the marketplace from Team Group. The T-Force Delta SSD RGB uses 3D NAND and according to the ATTO benchmarks published by Team Group, the max speed a SATA drive like this can have.

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ATTO / Crystal Disk Mark:
250GB Read: 560MB/s ; Write: 500MB/s
500GB Read: 560MB/s ; Write: 500MB/s
1TB Read: 560MB/s ; Write: 510MB/s

It comes in the 2.5″ form factor, and Team Group says it has the largest luminous area in the marketplace. I’d guess this is aimed at people with cases such as the NZXT S340, where the SSD trays are in full view through the windowed panel. The RGB on the DELTA S (for Simple) uses a 12V RGB connection, while the DELTA uses a 5V RGB connector and has compatibility with other manufacturers RGB software such as ASUS Aura, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI’s Mystic Light.

No word on pricing or availability as yet, and we will update you if this hits the USA marketplace. RGB is everywhere, with no signs of slowing down.

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