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Melted plastic on computer parts

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Ok, so it all started when my ram fan was blowing dust on my ram heatsink and the tape on the heatsink was to weak so it came apart. So for my solution i had duck tape and rolled it up like a oval shape and put it on my heatsinks then I sandwich the ram stick onto my heatsink and now i'm scared that the tape will melt and might drip on my video cards. Sometimes I dont think before I do. frown.gif
post #2 of 4
Ram fans are un necessary unless you are throwing huge volts and a high clocks at the ram. Remove the fan if you are worried.
DUCT TAPE* doesn't really drip when it gets burnt (in my experience) it just shrinks and goes crumbly.
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Can you post a pic of this solution? Im having trouble visualising it.

Jake is correct, unless you are maxing out your ram clocks / volts, ram fans are not really needed.
post #4 of 4
I believe he has folded the tape onto itself in order to make double sided tape. Then Stuck the fan to the ram. Is this correct?
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