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Heatpipes certainly seem to be the big thing in cooling at the moment, and memory is no exception. As this year's Intel Developer Forum, Kingston has been showing-off some dual-heatpipe HyperX RAM modules, as you can see in the image below. There's no firm information about specs or availability yet, but you can expect these modules to have tight timings and clock quite nicely - although they aren't likely to be particularly affordable.



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post #2 of 9
Those sticks of ram are really the only type that would need them. Those are FB-DIMM for servers on a SkullTrail board. Those get extremely hot!
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Cool

but..

OverKill.
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so add about 30 bucks onto the price? thats not so bad, if they perform amazingly
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If I am going to buy RAM that has super cooling abilities, it should have that phase change chamber stuff that Sapphire uses.
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I really love the look of those heatsinks.

If chipsets keep getting hotter and we see more RAM with heatsinks like this, perhaps we'll see downdraft coolers return as the favorite method of cooling?
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Originally Posted by d3daiM View Post
Cool

but..

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Not for FB-DIMMs....
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Have to admit, although Kingston looks ok, I think their RAM is terrible, poor overclocker and way too expensive
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post #9 of 9
they should sell them seperately. Id take them over the thermalrights any day.
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