Tuesday, January 8th 2019
Thermaltake at CES has just spread its wings towards another slice of the market: the system memory one. With their new WaterRam, the company is trying to offer a unique product that fuses watercooling and RGB lighting with the memory kits for both seamless performance and looks. Thermaltake says these are the world's first two-way cooling DDR4 memory, with a software-controlled water-block capable of displaying 16.8 million colors with 12 lumens. They say this cooling solutions lowers RAM temperature by 37% "compared to traditional natural passive cooling solutions, which ensures stable and instant performance and longer lifespan."