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Thermaltake announces the ToughRAM DDR5 memory series

Thermaltake has announced its brand new ToughRAM DDR5 memory series

Thermaltake (here for more about the company), is the leading premium DIY PC brand for case, cooling, gaming peripherals, and memory solutions for enthusiasts. Today is pleased to announce a new series of RAM DDR5among which TOUGHRAM RC DDR5, TOUGHRAM Z-ONE RGB D5 and the last TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 in black and white. To provide gamers with the latest technology, the new DDR5 lines feature higher capacities, faster speeds and better overall performance than the previous generation and will be compatible with traditional hardware and the latest Intel motherboards.

Details of the new ToughRAM DDR5 memory series

Below we will be able to take a closer look at the new memories of the ToughtRAM DDR5 series.

For starters, we have TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 black and white with a frequency of 5600 MT / s recently released and are available for purchase. The TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 series features a Hynix chipset, integrated PMIC, On-die ECC, and XMP 3.0 one-click overclocking. However, what sets the TOUGHRAM XG series apart are its 16 ultra bright addressable LEDs which are fully compatible with TT RGB Plus 2.0 and NeonMaker. Allowing users to highlight the aesthetics they pursue without any limitation. The series also includes 2 oz, 10 ply and 10µ Gold Finger PCBs. Further strengthening not only the overall quality of the product, but also its longer life. For a package that is pleasant to look at and fun to play. In addition, with its dual bank architecture, the new TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 improves access availability. And it offers higher capacities without delays, paving the way for next-generation memory. Aside from that, the latest TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 is also compatible with TT AI Voice Control and Amazon Alexa, allowing users to freely configure the lighting effects through their voice.


For the TOUGHRAM RC DDR5, the memory is designed for Floe RC / Floe RC Ultra 240/360 CPU and RAM AIO heatsink series. Available in frequencies of 4800 MT / s, 5200 MT / s and 5600 MT / s and with a capacity of 32GB (16GB x 2), offering improved performance. TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 memory has been rigorously tested to select tightly shielded ICs and features a power management integrated circuit (PMIC) to improve power supply stability. In addition, the on-die Error Correction Code (ECC) allows memory modules to automatically correct errors, further improving overall stability and reliability. With its dual bank architecture, the new TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 improves access availability and delivers higher capacity without delays, paving the way for next generation memory.


In the end, TOUGHRAM Z-ONE RGB D5, has the frequencies of 4800 MT / s, 5200 MT / s and 5600 MT / s to choose from. TOUGHRAM Z-ONE RGB D5 features a Hynix chipset, integrated PMIC, On-die ECC, and support for one-click XMP 3.0 overclocking, allowing users to enjoy blazingly fast overclocking speeds with a single click. The 8 addressable LEDs of the Z-ONE series are bright, vibrant and compatible with TT RGB Plus 2.0 and NeonMaker for a bespoke experience, displaying your hardware the way you want.

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