Thermaltake launches new TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 memory
Thermaltake has announced the launch of its new TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 series memory, designed to support Intel’s 14th-generation Core processors.
The TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 series memory is available only in a 32GB (2x 16GB) kit, with specifications of DDR5-7600 and DDR5-8000. The operating voltages are 1.45V and 1.5V respectively, with timings of CL38-48-48-84 and CL38-48-48-128. These memory modules support Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO technology. The new memory modules feature rigorously selected high-quality particles, ensuring stable frequencies and performance. They are equipped with a Power Management IC (PMIC), enhancing power supply stability. They also support On-die ECC error correction, automatically correcting data access errors in memory, thereby ensuring greater system stability and efficiency. The modules are constructed with a premium 10-layer PCB and a conductive 2oz copper design, creating an ideal overclocking environment.
Thermaltake states that the new products are available in black and white, balancing speed and aesthetics. They feature a dual-color aluminum design with a mirrored metal ornament, a unique X-shaped light guide bar, and 16 LEDs, presenting a refined and distinctive style. The updated TT RGB Plus software and NeonMaker lighting editing software enable customizable lighting effects and can link the product with the TT RGB PLUS ecosystem, easily synchronizing the RGB ecosystem to create a personalized RGB theme. This results in vivid and dynamic RGB lighting effects, enhancing the gaming experience.
As of now, Thermaltake has not disclosed the pricing and specific release date for the TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 series memory.