Thermaltake has launched a new cost-effective DDR4 memory series aimed at the savvy PC builder looking for high performance at a budget price. The new TOUGHRAM Z-ONE comes in 3200 MHz and 3600 MHz specifications without the addition of RGB lighting.
New budget-friendly TOUGHRAM Z-ONE DDR4 memory modules from Thermaltake are equipped with a simple aluminium heat spreader to help dissipate heat at overclocked frequencies, without the addition of any RGB lighting to give them a refreshingly sleek appearance and meet the thermal demands of high-performance systems.
Thermaltake TOUGHRAM Z-ONE is available as a DDR4- 3200 MHz kit with a tested latency of C16, or alternatively there is a DDR4-3600 MHz kit with tested latency of C18. Both kits are available in 16 GB (2 X 8 GB module) capacities at present and offer support for Intel XMP 2.0 profiles. According to the official spec sheet, the TOUGHRAM Z-ONE is compatible with AMD X570 platforms.
TOUGHRAM Z-ONE claims to use tightly screened IC’s that are able to achieve high overclocked performance and works with Thermaltake’s TOUGHRAM software that allows users to monitor memory performance, temperature and memory frequency via a simple and user-friendly interface.
Even though the Thermaltake TOUGHRAM Z-ONE modules are set to be the company’s budget offering, they come with a limited lifetime warranty from the manufacturer for peace of mind. The TOUGHRAM Z-ONE memory kits are available to pre-order direct from Thermaltake now with the 3200 MHz kits priced at €105,90 and the 3600 MHz kits are €109,90.
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KitGuru says: These new cost-effective memory kits from Thermaltake should yield decent performance according to the specifications and are a sleek looking alternative to the usual RGB RAM we are used to seeing these days. What do you guys think of the new TOUGHRAM Z-ONE from Thermaltake?