Thermaltake showcases water-cooled memory module with 3.9-inch display

In the field of PC hardware, RGB lights are no longer a new thing, and manufacturers have begun to try to add LCD screens to more hardware.

According to Tom's Hardware, Thermaltake Thermaltake showcased the Pacific A2 Ultra water-cooled memory kit at CES this year, equipped with a 3.9-inch LCD display.

According to reports, this water cooling module can dissipate heat for DDR4 or DDR5 memory. The radiator is equipped with a 3.9-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 128 x 480. The information on the LCD screen can be set by software, and the current temperature, frequency, or load of the CPU, GPU, or RAM can be output at the same time, and animation or GIF up to 20MB can be uploaded.

Thermaltake also released Gangying TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 memory today, with three frequencies of 4800MHz, 5200MHz, and 5600MHz, and it is expected to be available in the first quarter of this year. The new Gangying TOUGHRAM RC DDR5 memory is compatible with the above memory water coolers.

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