Splish splash, my RAM was taking a bath! It's brand new from Thermaltake

Subject: Memory | February 4, 2019 - 03:25 PM |
Tagged: watercooling, ddr4, ddr4-3200, RGB

It took a bit of time but it was inevitable, some manufacturer was bound to add watercooling to their DDR4.  Thermaltake's 32GB DDR4-3200MHz WaterRAM RGB kit incorporates an RGB waterblock which attaches to the top of the DIMMs and can be incorporated into an existing cooling loop.  It certainly does cool the RAM, as KitGuru measured 38.1C without the block, 36.2C by adding the block and below 30C when hooked up to a full watercooling loop. 

As for the effect on performance, check out the full review.

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"The important thing here is that you don’t have to replace the heat sinks on the RAM modules with the attendant risk of damaging the ICs, and neither do you have to add a manifold as Thermaltake has done all the engineering for you."

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Source: Kitguru

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February 5, 2019 | 04:36 AM - Posted by A Non Mouse (not verified)

Thermaltake can fuck right off. That is all I have to say.

February 5, 2019 | 09:02 AM - Posted by superpowerguy1048 (not verified)

Uhm what's your fucking problem?

February 5, 2019 | 12:06 PM - Posted by Randy (not verified)

Thermaltake has a less than stellar reputation amongst the enthusiast industry. While I'm not aware of the specifics the general idea was they copy other people's stuff and then try to sue the little guy into oblivion.

February 5, 2019 | 08:50 AM - Posted by collie

Why is this a thing? Ok

February 5, 2019 | 12:37 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

I ... I don't know.  I had to share it once I found out about it though!

Can't wait for the M.2 SSD with built in watercooling!

February 5, 2019 | 11:06 AM - Posted by DannyBoy312 (not verified)

I think it's an interesting product! Thank you Jeremy for all the awesome news and content :)

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