Not paying for the latest expansion of the range, with the presentation of new kits up to 4400 MHz, Thermaltake has unveiled one White Edition of the Toughram RGB. Unlike the solutions with black heatspreader, the white edition is on the market with solo frequencies 3200 and 3600 MHz (2 x 8 GB).
Each module is equipped with a 10-layer PCB, consisting of two ounces (57 grams) of copper for the innermost ones, and gold-plated pins, which guarantee greater overclocking performance and stability. As for latencies and operating tensions, we speak of CL16 with a voltage of 1.35V for the 3200 MHz memory and CL18 with the same voltage for the 3600 MHz kit.
Support for Intel's XMP 2.0 profiles, brushed aluminum heat sink, and fully shielded chips to offer the best performance with maximum reliability complete the data sheet.
Clearly there is no lack of RGB lighting, with 10 addressable LEDs for each module, which can be managed both by Thermaltake's TT RGB Plus software (Alexa and Razer Chroma support), and by the software of the main motherboard manufacturers such as Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light and AsRock Polychrome.
At the moment Thermaltake has not provided details regarding availability and price in our country.