Thermaltake’s ToughRam RGB DDR4 Series Is Getting A White Color Variant!

Evan Federowicz

Thermaltake's ToughRam RGB DDR4 memory series is getting a White-out edition. The new DDR4 series offers the same aesthetics in white color and offers two new kits, one tuned for 3200 MHz & the other tuned for 3600 MHz.

If you have an all-white colored PC build, then the ToughRam white-out edition might just be the RAM for you!

This ram is colored completely white with RGB lights on the top, which will allow this to stick out in your recent computer build. This ram is a re-coloring of Thermaltake's original TOUGHRAM RGB which only came out in a grayish-black color.

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This RAM has many features such as:

  1. Aluminum Heat Spreader
    1. This RAM has an aluminum heat spreader that delivers heat dissipation to meet the speed requirements of this RAM.
  2. 2oz Copper PCB
    1. With a 10-layer PCB with a 2 oz copper inner layer provides better electrical conduction which allows for the rated speeds of 3200 MHz and 3600 MHz.
  3. Intel XMP 2.0 ready
    1. This allows for overclocking ease and helps optimize for system stability with a simple BIOS setting.
  4. High-Quality Gold Fingers
    1. The High-Quality gold allows for enhanced durability and very high wear resistance, which allows for good connectivity to the computer.
  5. Tightly-Screened ICS
    1. These memory chips are screened many times to make sure they provide the rated frequency and response time performance.
  6. TT RGB PLUS Ecosystem
    1. This RAM has many RGB LEDs on top of the stick which can sync up to your connect and sync the lights between other TT RGB PLUS compatible products (CPU/VGA water blocks, AIO CPU coolers, PSUs, LED strips, gaming keyboards, headsets, mice and mice pads).
  7. Motherboard RGB Sync ready
    1. These RAMs LEDs are able to be synced by ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome.
    2. Also supports any motherboards equipped with 5 V addressable RGB header, allowing you to control lightings effects.

This RAM will be released on November 15th (roughly 4 days away at the time of writing) and the price for this RAM set will be $119.99, which is roughly $20 more than the original Thermaltake Roughram, which retails for the low price of $99.99.

While this ToughRam series is a bit more expensive compared to other white 16GB RAM kits at the speed of 3200 MHz, most retailing for anywhere between $70 - $99. While the 16GB 3600 MHz RAM kit retails for $139.99, releasing on the same day as the 3200 MHz, while this is significantly more expensive compared to other 16GB 3600 MHz kits on Amazon as shown here.

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