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TeamGroup launches Delta Max White RGB SSD and Xtreem ARGB White DDR4 memory

TeamGroup has released a couple of white-themed translucent components featuring RGB lighting. Besides the 1TB Delta Max White RGB SSD, Teamgroup has also launched the new Xtreem ARGB White DDR4 Gaming Memory kits.

Starting with the Delta Max White RGB SSD, the SSD’s casing features a large translucent area with RGB that users can customise to their own liking. Users can also synchronise the SSD’s RGB lighting with other components through RGB ecosystems such as Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, ASRock Polychrome Sync, MSI Mystic Light, and Biostar RGB Sync.

Using a SATA III 6Gbps interface, the Delta Max White RGB SSD is capable of read/write speeds as high as 560/510 MB/s and 4K random read/write of up to 90K/80K IOPS. This SSD employs multiple technologies to increase its reliability and endurance including garbage collection, Wear-Levelling technology, ECC, Windows TRIM, and NCQ. Thanks to these technologies, it comes with a rated MTBF of 1M hours and a lifespan of >800TBW.

Winner of a Reddot award, the TeamGroup Xtreem ARGB White DDR4 Gaming Memory kit features a “special full-screen light penetrating design”, creating an impressive lighting effect when RGB lighting is on and a simple and minimalistic look when turned off. Similar to the Delta Max White RGB SSD, the RGB lighting of these modules can be synchronised and customised through Asus, Gigabyte, ASRock, Gigabyte, and MSI RGB ecosystems.

By using 10-layer PCBs and high-quality ICs for increased stability and reliability, TeamGroup Xtreem ARGB White DDR4 Gaming Memory kits will be available with speeds as high as 4000MHz and up to 64GB capacity.

TeamGroup Delta Max White RGB SSD and Xtreem ARGB White DDR4 memory are available now, both starting at €139.90. The Delta Max White RGB SSD is backed by a 3-year warranty. The Xtreem ARGB White DDR4 Gaming Memory is backed by a lifetime warranty.

KitGuru says: What do you all think of the latest components from TeamGroup? Would you use these for a white-themed build?

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