Thermaltake just made some liquid-cooled DDR4 memory sticks that are infused with RGB lighting
Thermaltake is formally moving into the memory market, and it is doing so with fairly a bang, or relatively, a splash. The WaterRam RGB Liquid Cooling DDR4 memory boasts an built-in liquid-cooling resolution, so you’ll be able to go to city with overclocking.
The built-in water blocks are additionally infused with RGB lighting, and so they are able to displaying as much as 16.eight million colours and a brightness of 12 lumens. You can management the water block utilizing Thermaltake’s software program (Amazon Alexa can be supported so you should use voice instructions as properly), and the corporate says that is the world’s first DDR4 memory with two-way cooling, the place the copper-based water blocks and aluminum heatsinks mix each passive and energetic cooling.
This cooling resolution reportedly lowers RAM temperature by as much as 37 per cent in comparison with “conventional pure passive cooling options”, which ought to imply higher efficiency in principle.
In addition, you’ll be able to sync the memory with motherboards from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock, so long as they’ve a 5V addressable RGB header.
Finally, the memory sticks are clocked at 3,200MHz and assist Intel XMP 2.zero and CL16 latencies.