Thursday, August 22nd 2019

Thermaltake Launches RGB-Less H-ONE Gaming Memory Sticks With Little to no Fanfare

Thermaltake today released an RGB-less kit of DDR4 memory. The H-ONE Gaming Memory Sticks offer an anodized aluminium treatment in the looks department, and don't include any RGB lighting at all (the "Gaming" brand, however, is here to stay until the end of time). These sticks are only available in single, 8 GB capacities, with three different speed ratings rounding out the offerings. The DDR4-2400 sticks tick at CL17 and 1.2 V, the DDR4-2666 do so at CL19 and the same 1.20 V, while the highest-performance DDR4-3000 sticks will feature a CL16 timing and 1.35 V operating voltage.

The H-ONE modules have been designed for maximum compatibility and stability on Intel platforms, ranging from the 100-series all the way through to the X299 chipsets. The H-ONE modules feature support for XMP 2.0 for easy setting of stock timings and speeds, backed with a lifetime warranty to boot. Sadly, no pricing or availability have been detailed at the closure time for this printing press.
Source: Tom's Hardware
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10 Comments on Thermaltake Launches RGB-Less H-ONE Gaming Memory Sticks With Little to no Fanfare

#1
ironwolf
I do like the RGB-less look of those sticks. I would venture a guess that the less-than-huge fanfare stems from those RAM speeds. Tagging RAM as "gaming" and giving it puny -2400, -2666 speeds doesn't make sense. If anything they should have started at -3000 or even -3200 speeds.
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jmcslob
ironwolf, post: 4102793, member: 94359"
I do like the RGB-less look of those sticks. I would venture a guess that the less-than-huge fanfare stems from those RAM speeds. Tagging RAM as "gaming" and giving it puny -2400, -2666 speeds doesn't make sense. If anything they should have started at -3000 or even -3200 speeds.
^And those timings are shit
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#3
yakk
With those speeds & timings those definitely look like lowly binned budget RAM with a decorative heatsink...
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#4
theoneandonlymrk
yakk, post: 4102809, member: 158293"
With those speeds & timings those definitely look like lowly binned budget RAM with a decorative heatsink...
Agreed ,A pointless heatsink, you can get those speeds bare.
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#5
RH92
Hell you get better timings with 4000+Mhz kits, those have to be some of the lowest quality kits out there .
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#6
Khonjel
Man, other than some of their cases I hate almost everything thermaltake puts out. Even their new TT logo look like scheiße. But imo the worst offender is their rgb CPU block.
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#8
Vayra86
Khonjel, post: 4102932, member: 154148"
Man, other than some of their cases I hate almost everything thermaltake puts out. Even their new TT logo look like scheiße. But imo the worst offender is their rgb CPU block.
Makes two, not a fan of this company's products either.
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Th3pwn3r
Khonjel, post: 4102932, member: 154148"
Man, other than some of their cases I hate almost everything thermaltake puts out. Even their new TT logo look like scheiße. But imo the worst offender is their rgb CPU block.
I'm going to have to question your post simply because this ram is some of the more basic looking in terms of heatsink design.
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#10
Basard
jmcslob, post: 4102806, member: 67555"
^And those timings are shit
Isn't there something lower than "shit" that we can use to describe the timings?

The heat sinks look good. Other than that piece of aesthetics, it's complete shit..... Good job, TT........ stick to cases.
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