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Originally Posted by zerosniper0
Also, ramsinks and heatspreaders won't help as much as a fan will, so it's better to leave the heatspreaders on and just get a case fan to blow over the RAM.
Or, if your like me, you'll rig a few 40mm fans over the RAM.
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I'm gonig to make my own heatspreaders after I finish my HDD rack

Those RAMsinks are good if you have only 1 stick of RAM, or 2 sticks on slot 1 and 3. Heat spreaders doesn't really do much since heat can't get away. I'm making my own, which will have fins and spreaders
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The BEST method for functionality and performance is copper heatspreaders with an 80mm fan poiting down onto the ram. My ram used to be hot to the touch, now with a 37CFM 80mm on top, theyre room temperature!
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