Thermaltake Toughram XG RGB 16GB DDR4 2x 8GB DDR4-3600 RAM Review

Optics …

RGB Software …

The Thermaltake Toughram XG RGB modules can be easily integrated into MSI’s Dragon Center and controlled via Mystic Light. Unfortunately, Mystic Light does not offer as many effects as the Thermaltake Toughram software.

This has the disadvantage that MSI completely takes over control with the Dragon Center and the Toughram software can no longer control the memory’s LEDs. Temporarily uninstalling Mystic Light in the Dragon Center did nothing here either.

Thermaltake Toughram Software …

The Thermaltake Toughram software offers significantly more settings than e.g. MSI Mystic Light.

Here you can see an overview of the adjustable effects.

In addition, the software offers the possibility to shut down the PC specifically via temperature profiles. However, the motherboard already offers some monitoring and protection functions here.

The last tab offers a few system startup settings. There, you can also activate the location services to get local weather information, which then adjusts the color of the memory modules to the weather. In combination with the Amazon Alexa voice control, you can use “Alexa, tell Thermaltake” to query the weather and adjust the color of the RAM modules to the weather. Whether you need this function? Better have than need! 😀

In the test system with the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, the Sapphire RX5700XT Nitro+ SE and the MSI MPG Gungnir 110 RGB tower, cooled by an Enermax Liqmax II 240, the Toughram does cut a nice figure. Here you can virtually try the Enermax Liqmax II 240 on the MSI B550 Tomahawk.

We show the effects of the memory modules that can be adjusted via MSI Mystic Light here in our OCinside YouTube Channel.
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Thermaltake XG RGB 16GB DDR4 2x 8GB DDR4-3600 overall impression …