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Thermaltake adds TOUGHRAM RGB support to its NeonMaker RGB software

NoenMaker software from Thermaltake allows users of certain Thermaltake components to create personalised PC builds with advanced RGB lighting customisation providing stunning visual displays.

Currently, the NeonMaker Software supports a range of Thermaltake components such as Riing Quad, Riing Trio and Floe DX series products, with the company aiming to expand NeonMaker support to more of its additional product lines in the near future, to bolster the ecosystem and ensure complete integration.

One of those additions includes the Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB memory series. Thermaltake is pleased to announce that from this week, NeonMaker will support TOUGRAM RGB, so users with this memory will now be able to synchronise TOUGHRAM RGB illumination with other Thermaltake cooling products installed inside their systems.

With this new addition to NeonMaker, TOUGHRAM RGB users can personalise the memory’s RGB lighting effects using the software and then synchronise the TOUGHRAM RGB memory with other products using the TT RGB Plus software, as well as find out more information using AR technology using the TT ARTT app too.

NeonMaker features a range of various pre-set lighting effects and also allows the user to customise lighting options such as colours, adjust lighting effects via the timeline and lighting effect directions using the software editor. For more information about Thermaltake NeonMaker software head over to the official Thermaltake NeonMaker page here.

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KitGuru says: Are any of you guys currently using NeonMaker to customise the RGB lighting on your Thermaltake components?  Or will the addition of TOUGHRAM RGB to the supported hardware make you want to try it out now?

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