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Why would you want that? It looks so much better with the spreaders on it.
Because aluminum costs quite a lot of money?
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post #32 of 59
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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.
Pfft, you only ran your UTT at 240MHz? I ran my G.Skill BH-5 at 260MHz 2-2-2-5-1T @ 3.4 vdimm .
post #33 of 59
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Originally Posted by urgrandpasdog View Post
Any of you guys ever heard of them?
They have been in business since 1989. A very well known company that created some nice breakthroughs back in the day(TinyBGA). Not sure why they are not as well known today. I think they are still a fairly big company, just not in the spotlight as much as the big names you hear of today. I think they are more into flash drives than memory these days.
Edited by Strat79 - 6/9/10 at 5:13pm
post #34 of 59
haha at the d9 comment, i fried like 8 sets from overheating lol before i figured out that it was due to overheating. I blamed the motherboard at the time for killing sets of ram. They absolutely HAD to have a fan on them.
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i think my Kingston's are fine with a warranty sticker for a heatsink.
     
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Never heard of that WORLD LEADING brand...
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Remember that the more they're used, the more leakage, etc as with any chip.
By the time leakage from usage results in major temp changes, electromigration has already killed the chip.
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I guess the only obvious way to test these would be to see how stable they are at stock settings in a ram stress-testing program...
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Pshhhhh, everyone knows the only reason ppl buy Dominators over Gskills and Mushkins is the fins..
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Pshhhhh, everyone knows the only reason ppl buy Dominators over Gskills and Mushkins is the fins..
Well the fins are removable, makes fitting big coolers and their fans MUCH easier. I know it sure helped a lot for getting my San Ace on the "push" end of my Hammer.
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