- Team Group T-FORCE DELTA 2.5″ 500GB SATA III Internal RGB Solid State Drive
- Largest luminous RGB area with the ratio of 5:3
- 16.8 million RGB colors with configurable mixed color lighting effect
- Lighting effect can be synchronized with motherboard which has 5V ADD header
- Read/write speed up to 560 MB/s. 4 times faster than traditional HDD
- 2.5-inch hard drive with 9.5mm in height
- Support S.M.A.R.T. technology
- Support TRIM
AN OUTSTANDING COLORFUL VISUAL SENSATION
TEAMGROUP T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD breathes colorful new life into the solid state drive. The 16.8 million color LED makes the boring SSD full of changes, and the lighting effect can also synchronize with the motherboard.
ULTRA LARGE RGB LUMINOUS AREA
TEAMGROUP T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD has an industry leading RGB luminous panel size. The non-luminous area to luminous area ratio is 5:3, which makes your computer and storage device more colorful and brighter than ever.
TWO COLORS AVAILABLE
There are two colors – black and white – available for consumers to choose from. You can choose the one that matches your build the most!
HIGH SPEED AND GREAT PERFORMANCE
The maximum read speed of the T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD (Dreamy Aurora) is 560MB per second, and booting or loading games will only take a few seconds.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND THIN
The T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD has a standard 2.5″ form factor with only 9.5mm in height. Whether for a gaming laptop or desktop, upgrades can be done effortlessly.
The T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD uses 3D NAND flash memory chip, which is durable, shockproof, drop resistant, and offers a total protection for the data. Even if you accidentally drop it on a hard surface, it can still prevent damage and data corruption from accidents.
DURABLE AND RELIABLE
Effectively reduces performance degradation and wear and tear of the drive. Includes features that enhance the reliability of data transfer and prolongs the service life of the SSD perfectly.
T-FORCE DELTA RGB SSD is suitable for motherboards that have 5V ADD connector. The light effect can be controlled and synchronized through the motherboard when connecting to motherboard’s 5V ADD Header connector.