Thermaltake Officially Enters the DDR5 Era with TOUGHRAM RC Memory

Thermaltake has announced the launch of its new TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 Memory, the first DDR5 memory of Thermaltake’s RAM collection. – Thermaltake’s RAM product line covers wide range of options, ranging from DDR4 2400 MHz to higher frequencies of up to 5600 MHz for our DDR5 modules, as Thermaltake continues to strive to meet its users’ needs with the best products. This time, together with the latest TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 Memory, Thermaltake officially turns to a new chapter and officially enters the new generation of DDR5.

Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 Memory

Being the first DDR5 memory kit of Thermaltake’s RAM collection, the TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 memory comes with frequencies of 4800 MHz, 5200 MHz, and 5600 MHz and delivers faster speeds and better performance than the previous generation. With doubled bank group architecture, the new TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 enhances access availability and brings you higher capacities without lag, leading the way to next-gen memory. Additionally, the latest TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 Memory is compatible with Thermaltake’s CPU and memory AIO cooler series, such as Floe RC and Floe RC Ultra Series, which gives users more flexibility to match with their PC builds.


  • Built-in Power Management IC (PMIC) enhances power supply stability with low operating voltage
  • On-die error correcting code (ECC) provides improved stability and reliability
  • Tightly-Screened ICs provide optimal frequency and performance
  • aluminium heatspreader delivers exceptional heat dissipation
  • Real-time temperature, frequency and performance monitoring
  • Compatible with Floe RC & Floe RC Ultra series
  • Supports Intel Core 12th series CPU
  • Intel XMP 3.0 ready

Where Can I Learn More?

The TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 Memory is expected to hit the store shelves at the end of Q1 2022 with their DDR5 RGB memory – TOUGHRAM XG RGB set to be released shortly afterwards. – If you do, therefore, want to learn more about this and other Thermaltake products, you can check out their official CES 2022 website via the link here!

What do you think? Are you interested in upgrading to DDR5 memory? If so, which modules have so far most caught your attention? – Let us know in the comments!

Mike Sanders

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