Thermaltake presents its new Toughram RGB memory at Computex 2019, which is primarily aimed at gamers.
Toughram RGB Series: New DDR4 Memory for gamers
With the Toughram and Toughram RGB series, Thermaltake offers a new DDR4 memory that will be available at speeds from 3,000 to 3,600 MHz. The Toughram version without RGB, on the other hand, works in the range of 2,400 MHz up to 3,000 MHz. Both Toughram versions offer a 10-layer PCB and Intel XMP 2.0 support. All models can be operated via standard DDR4 DIMM slots and do not require any extra cables or connectors.
RGB Performance Version
In addition to the Basic model, there is also an RGB version with individually controllable LEDs. The lighting can be synchronized via Amazon Alexa, Razer Chroma or TT AI Voice.
According to Thermaltake, you do not need to fear any performance losses with the RGB version, because the RGB technology is separated accordingly. The RGB lighting can be controlled and adjusted via the TT RGB memory software. You also have an overview of performance management and status control via the software.
Optimized heat distribution
Both models support the TT Premium heat distribution design, which shields individual components of the memory from each other. The Thermaltake Toughram and Toughram RGB memory will be available from July 2019 onwards. The price is not known yet.