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Cooler Master Ram Chip Coolers: We test some aluminum and copper ram sinks from Cooler Master, and determine if they do anything to help you OC your ram any better than without them.
Date: January 20, 2003
Catagory: Cases & Cooling
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PC components produce a lot of heat these days and good cooling is a must. Everyone knows about keeping there CPU's cool, as well as insuring good airflow thru the case, but what about the other components in the system? Sometimes, a cool case just isn't enough, especially when overclocking. If you're overclocking your ram, this will produce more heat too and could hinder your overclocking attempts. Chips on the motherboard can also get hot, maybe not to the point of instability but the more you in overclock, the chances are the more heat will be produced. Cooler master have recently released 2 sets of Ramsinks, in Copper and Aluminium and we have a sample of each here today, so big thanks to for that!


This heat sink is designed to meet the current and future heat dissipation requirement of RAM chips.
This product can also be used on chipsets on Main board, Graphic card, Sound cards, and add-on cards, as long as the chip dimension is larger than the heat sink itself.



Heat Sink Material: Pure Copper
Dimension: 22 x 8 x 5 (mm)
Adhesive Tape: Thermal conductive 2 sided adhesive tape


Heat Sink Material: Aluminium Alloy AL6063-T5
Dimension: 22 x 8 x 5 (mm)
Adhesive Tape: Thermal conductive 2 sided adhesive tape

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