Product on Review: Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB 4000MHz
Street Price: GBP £118.00 / USD $122.00
Thermaltake are enormous within the PC industry, particularly when it comes to custom watercooling, but their expertise isn’t limited to cooling only. We also find power supplies, cases, mice, keyboards, headsets, desks and much more. Today though, we’re looking at their latest DDR4 kit.
The Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB is available in 16GB kits only, but in a range of speeds, starting at 3000MHz and moving all the way up to 4400MHz. The modules can also be found in black or white to match your particular style.
Atop each module are translucent RGB light bars with two large 45° notches taken out and replaced with chromed sections. The RGB lighting is compatible with all of the usual suspects, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome RGB, but there’s also support for Razer Chroma, Amazon Alexa and even Thermaltake’s own bespoke software. Whichever you choose to use, you should be able to find a style that really suits you.
The entire range of TOUGHRAM RGB supports Intel’s XMP 2.0 for extreme overclocking, utilises a 10-layer construction for improved stability and signal strength, offers real-time temperature, frequency and performance monitoring and is backed by Thermaltake’s lifetime warranty for total peace of mind.
Thermaltake have sampled us the 4000MHz variety, in white, for our evaluation today. Sporting 19-23-23-42 latency timings, we imagine performance will be very decent but the proof is in the pudding. Let’s strap them down on the test bench and see how they fare.
Thermaltake on the TOUGHRAM RGB:
Built with the highest quality of components to the highest of standards, the TOUGHRAM RGB delivers outstanding gaming performance with stunning RGB lighting maximized for effortless sync with your RGB ecosystem.