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My RAM, pretty run of the mill "performance" DDR3, gets extremely hot, at below rated voltages, at rated speed, under heavy load, if I don't actively cool them.

Honestly, out of ~200 dimms I've owned since DDR first showed up, I think pretty much all of them ran warm under the proper load, with only modest OCing. Of course, some where hotter than others.
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post #23 of 59
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My RAM, pretty run of the mill "performance" DDR3, gets extremely hot, at below rated voltages, at rated speed, under heavy load, if I don't actively cool them.

Honestly, out of ~200 dimms I've owned since DDR first showed up, I think pretty much all of them ran warm under the proper load, with only modest OCing. Of course, some where hotter than others.

DDR3 should be cooler than DDR2 though.... they use less power even though at higher clocks and the IC density really hasn't changed much....


Regardless, you can get aluminum heatspreaders for $2 online.
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Why would you want that? It looks so much better with the spreaders on it.
Complete agree. i'd take a stick with a spreader or any kind of tracers over this boring jazz.

*also i wonder how much this new tech may affect the price. negligible difference now that i think about it. who knows though. nanites are spendy.
    
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post #25 of 59
DDR3 2400MHz would be some of the fastest ram on the market. I guess that the point would be to put a heatspreader on these and clock them even higher.

All in all, if it works I wouldn't mind the eye-sore for that level of performance. Either way, there's nothing stopping you from putting your own heatspreaders on them
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Why would you want that? It looks so much better with the spreaders on it.
So put heatspreaders on it?

If Kingmax's substrate/coating/whatever does reduce temps, it's a good thing.

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DDR3 should be cooler than DDR2 though.... they use less power even though at higher clocks and the IC density really hasn't changed much....
In DDR1 days, I was limited to single and early dual-core chips. In my DDR2 days, I was on duals and quads with off-die memory controllers. Now I'm on a 4.2GHz i7 that can load 8 threads, all sending requests to the memory at once, via a 3.8GHz on die memory controller.

The more efficiently memory bandwidth is used, the higher the temps. The power improvements of each generation of DDR don't seem to be exceeding my increasing ability to utilize the memory bandwidth I'm given. My current memory at DDR3-1600, CL7, 1.63v gets hotter than my unsinked Winbond UTT did at DDR-480, CL 1.5, 3.3v.
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post #27 of 59
well this technology + normal heatpsreader = even cooler ram
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I think what it does it take the heat from the chips themselves, and spread it over the surface of the PCB?
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In DDR1 days, I was limited to single and early dual-core chips. In my DDR2 days, I was on duals and quads with off-die memory controllers. Now I'm on a 4.2GHz i7 that can load 8 threads, all sending requests to the memory at once, via a 3.8GHz on die memory controller.

The more efficiently memory bandwidth is used, the higher the temps. The power improvements of each generation of DDR don't seem to be exceeding my increasing ability to utilize the memory bandwidth I'm given. My current memory at DDR3-1600, CL7, 1.63v gets hotter than my unsinked Winbond UTT did at DDR-480, CL 1.5, 3.3v.
Memory usage shouldn't drastically affect their power consumption since the DIMMs have to be powered constantly anyways.

Don't forget the die area of your current DDR3 and Winbond UTT are different. Also, the Winbond UTT use TSOP package while RAM now use FBGA.
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It's "invisible" because RAM doesn't need heatsinks anyway
Say that to any BH5 or Micron D9 owner, RAM does get hot.

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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post
Still waiting for the need to actually cool ram...

Heatspreaders definitely improve the appearance of ram but in all but the most extreme cases are unnecessary (even more so the ram cooling fans sold by companies like corsair and OCZ).
Fans are unneeded, yes, but heatspreaders...Not so much, especially ones that are actually good such as the G.Skill Trident, Pi, etc and Corsair Dominator ones.

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Memory usage shouldn't drastically affect their power consumption since the DIMMs have to be powered constantly anyways.

Don't forget the die area of your current DDR3 and Winbond UTT are different. Also, the Winbond UTT use TSOP package while RAM now use FBGA.
Remember that the more they're used, the more leakage, etc as with any chip.
    
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