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Thermaltake 32GB DDR4-3200MHz WaterRAM RGB Review
Tue Jan 08, 2019 | 6:34P | PermaLink BY: Max Page
Thermaltake has entered the DDR4 memory market in typical Thermaltake style. There are two kits of DDR4-3200MHz in the shape of a dual module 16GB kit and a quad module 32GB kit. You won’t be surprised to learn that WaterRAM comes with RGB lighting however the novel part is that these kits can be water cooled with the minimum of fuss. You have three distinct options when it comes to cooling; you can leave the modules bare, apart from their 2mm thick aluminium heat sinks that function through regular convection cooling. Alternatively you can top off the assembly with the water block with its copper base to increase the thermal mass and thus assist cooling. Finally you opt for the Full Monty and plumb the water block to a custom loop.

The important thing here is that you don’t have to replace the heat sinks on the RAM modules with the attendant risk of damaging the ICs, and neither do you have to add a manifold as Thermaltake has done all the engineering for you.

FULL STORY @ KITGURU
(https://www.kitguru.net/components/leo-waldock/thermaltake-32gb-ddr4-3200mhz-waterram-rgb-review/)

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