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Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB (White) DDR-3200 MHz CL16 2x16 GB

Black Haru

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Thermaltake is back with a fresh look to their TOUGHRAM RGB memory. The new white edition TOUGHRAM RGB memory features the same performance and trademark profile giving consumers even more customization options. Let's dig into this 2x16 GB 3200 MHz CL16 sample and see how the new finish stacks up!

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solid performance? its like the worst in most of these tests.
 
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Terrible. There are way faster kits of the same density at half the cost, and 32GB of same speed at the same price as this 16GB kit. Oh well TT is a rip-off brand anyways.
 
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If you're using a diffuser, use it correctly. Seeing the individial LEDs looks terrible imo.
 
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It is clear that in the best case scenario Thermaltake design only heatspreaders. I know that such companies as A-Data or Kingston also doesn't manufacture chips but I believe that they put them on PCB. I see how companies, such as Antec, Gigabyte, HP or Thermaltake enter into memory market, but I don't believe, that they will offer good price and performance ratio
 
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