Phantom Gaming memory

Phantom Gaming

Team Group together with ASRock presented t-Force Xcalibur Phantom Gaming RGB memory modules and t-Force Delta Phantom Gaming RGB solid-state drives at CES 2019. From the standard new versions differ only in design, as well as the presence of the phantom Gaming logo.

The t-Force Delta Phantom Gaming RGB series of solid-state drives includes models of 250 and 500 GB, as well as 1 TB. They are built on Micron's 32-layer 3D TLC NAND memory chips and use the silicon Motion SM2258 controller. The sequential read speed reaches 560 MB / s, and the sequential write speed is 500-510 MB/s.

A distinctive feature of the t-Force Delta drives, including new representatives of the Phantom Gaming series, is the presence of customizable RGB-backlight. It adorns most of the top cover of this 2.5-inch drive. At the moment, it is unknown when t-Force Delta Phantom Gaming RGB drives will go on sale. But the recommended price of new products will be $ 72 per model for 250 GB, $ 112 per 500 GB and $202 per 1 TB.

In turn, the memory modules T-Force Xcalibur Phantom Gaming RGB in addition to having a unique design, have also been tested for compatibility with motherboards ASRock Phantom Gaming. The new series includes three sets of two 8 GB DDR4 DIMMs. One of them is characterized by a frequency of 3200 MHz and delays CL16-18-18-38, other-3600 MHz and CL18-20-20-44, and the third-4000 MHz and CL18-20-20-44 ahhh! In all cases, the operating voltage is 1.35 V. there is support for XMP 2.0 profiles. Also, there is not without customizable RGB-backlight.

The cost of t-Force Xcalibur Phantom Gaming RGB DDR4-3200 is $175 and DDR4-3600 is $215. The price of the older set of DDR4-4000 is not yet specified, as well as the start date of sales of new products.
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