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Thermaltake shows off new TOUGHRAM Z-ONE RGB memory kit

ThermalTake began showing off its new ToughRAM DDR4 modules at Computex earlier this year, with enhanced RGB lighting features, a 10-layer PCB and pre-binned memory ICs to ensure performance. Since then, the lineup has expanded to hit different speed/price points and today, another new kit is being added- the TOUGHRAM Z-ONE, with a sleeker heatsink design. 

The Thermaltake TOUGHRAM Z-ONE RGB DDR4 memory kit comes with 16GB of RAM in a 2x8GB configuration. The heatsink has been redesigned with a slimmer, curvier look to it, although Thermaltake’s fantastic RGB LED implementation is still the star of the show.

These memory modules are built with a 10-layer PCB, 2oz copper inner layers and 10μ gold fingers for enhanced durability, electrical conduction and wear resistance. In terms of speed, the first TOUGHRAM Z-ONE kit runs at 3200MHz, although we are likely going to see faster kits start to become available in early 2020.

These memory modules are part of the TT RGB PLUS ecosystem, which has compatibility with ASUS Aura, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light, ASRock PolyChrome and even Razer Chroma devices.

In terms of cost, the TOUGHRAM Z-ONE is a solid deal, with the 16GB 3200MHz kit coming in with an $89.99 USD MSRP.

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KitGuru Says: The new heatsink design here is particularly nice, especially for those who prefer a more understated look. Are many of you currently looking at getting new RAM? What do you think of the new Z-ONE design from Thermaltake? 

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