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Patriot DDR4 Memory built in module for water cooling?

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I was taking off the heat spreaders on my Patriot DDR4 dims today to repaid and I noticed that they attach via two screws and essentially looks like a water cooling ram module with a metal strip as the heatsink on top. The threading size doesn't matter but it looks like these could be compatibly with water blocks. The spacing between the two threads are about 114 mm.

If anyone knows the exact measurements, much appreciated if shared. This could be a cost saving route for people who may want the bling for their rams.



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Looks to me like it's in inches. 114.5 mm is almost EXACTLY 4.5 inches. It is "patriot" brand after all haha

Get some cheapo calipers that have the button to switch units, they're great
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Yea haha, i figured Id say the metric measurement since most block comanies run off of metric system,

Ordered an alphacool block on amazon for easy return if need be,

Will update on findings soon
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