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Thermaltake just made some liquid-cooled DDR4 memory sticks that are infused with RGB lighting

By Koh Wanzi - on 9 Jan 2019, 11:35am

Thermaltake just made some liquid-cooled DDR4 memory sticks that are infused with RGB lighting

Thermaltake waterram

Thermaltake is officially stepping into the memory market, and it's doing so with quite a bang, or rather, a splash. The WaterRam RGB Liquid Cooling DDR4 memory boasts an integrated liquid-cooling solution, so you can go to town with overclocking. 

The built-in water blocks are also infused with RGB lighting, and they are capable of displaying up to 16.8 million colors and a brightness of 12 lumens. You can control the water block using Thermaltake's software (Amazon Alexa is also supported so you can use voice commands as well), and the company says this is the world's first DDR4 memory with two-way cooling, where the copper-based water blocks and aluminum heatsinks combine both passive and active cooling.

Thermaltake WaterRam

This cooling solution reportedly lowers RAM temperature by up to 37 per cent compared to "traditional natural passive cooling solutions", which should mean better performance in theory. 

In addition, you can sync the memory with motherboards from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock, as long as they have a 5V addressable RGB header. 

Finally, the memory sticks are clocked at 3,200MHz and support Intel XMP 2.0 and CL16 latencies. 


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