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Team T-Force Delta Max Review 2021

Test system specs

This is the system we used to test the Team T-Force Delta Max

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
CPU Cooler: AMD Wraith Spire
RAM: 32GB T-Force Vulcan Z CL18 @3,600MHz
Motherboard: MSI B550 Pro VDH Wi-Fi
Graphics card: EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC Gaming
OS SSD: Samsung 980 Pro @ 500GB
Power Supply: Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 750W
Case: ThermalTake Core V21

The Team T-Force Delta Max is a SATA SSD joins the expansive ranks of fellow SATA SSDs with an RGB twist. At a price of $120 (about £90, AU$155) for a 1TB drive, it’s not making a name for itself in terms of value, but it’s certainly not the most expensive drive out there. It even manages to land near the $129 Samsung 870 QVO.

What Team T-Force is offering with the Delta Max at this price is what helps it stand out. For one, the Delta Max is an SSD with TLC NAND rather than the QLC found in many budget drives. This TLC NAND tends to offer better endurance than competing QLC-based storage. That said, the 1TB T-Force Delta Max is offering an endurance rating of 360TBW (terabytes written), which isn’t higher than the QLC-based Samsung 870 QVO, though it is higher than the Intel 660p PCIe SSD.


Here’s how the Team T-Force Delta Max performed in our suite of benchmark tests:

CrystalDiskMark Sequential: 563MB/s (read); 526.6MB/s (write)
CrystalDiskMark Random Q32: 370.83MB/s (read); 368MB/s (write)
10GB file transfer: 16.8 seconds
10GB folder transfer: 15.285 seconds
PCMark10 SSD: 950 points