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Nowhere does it say that it is invisible, that photo is just a stock photo of ram. To me it looks like one sided DDR, which is years old at this point.
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Originally Posted by DiHydrogenMonOxide View Post
Nowhere does it say that it is invisible, that photo is just a stock photo of ram. To me it looks like one sided DDR, which is years old at this point.
The title?

If you want the article from Kingmax themselves,

http://www.kingmax.com/en_02_news_content.asp?sn=197
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I prefer my Mushkins over those.
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Memory usage shouldn't drastically affect their power consumption since the DIMMs have to be powered constantly anyways.
I'm not talking about percentage of memory used, I'm talking about the number of reads/writes being done.

My memory is not noticeably warmer than ambient when my system is sitting idle, no matter how much data is sitting in them. Yet, if I fire up 8 instances of HCI Memtest, they are hot enough to take my finger prints off in a few minutes.

Back in the day Memtest86+ would get my memory warmer than anything else. Now, with modern multi-threaded programs, I can get my system memory hotter in normal use than I can with any single threaded stress test (like Memtest86).

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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 .
I couldn't give them more than 3.3v (probably closer to (3.2v load) on my 70 dollar DFI NF4-DAGF. Timings I used were 1.5-3-2-1-T1.

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Originally Posted by DiHydrogenMonOxide View Post
Nowhere does it say that it is invisible, that photo is just a
stock photo of ram. To me it looks like one sided DDR, which is years old at this point.
Not a stock photo, obviously not DDR, and you can see the anti-counterfeit chip on it, which almost certainly means it's a photo of what they say it is.

The "invisible" part is that this cooling is a change to the substrate (PCB).
Edited by Blameless - 6/9/10 at 11:46pm
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This seems like a gimmick... just like when they started putting the big heat syncs ON!

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In addition, the Nano Thermal Dissipation technology exactly acts the key factor to improve the performance of semiconductor procedure and products. According to the Lab’s data, the DRAM Module which applying the Nano Thermal Dissipation Technology has 2℃ decreased than normal one. The critical “2℃”makes the DRAM Module operating smoothly than the crashed normal one.
Where is this "Lab?"

What does this even mean? "According to the Lab’s data, the DRAM Module which applying the Nano Thermal Dissipation Technology has 2℃ decreased than normal one."

And where did any crashed RAM come in?
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What's this 'snake oil' expression?
Invisible heatspreader doesn't just scream snake oil to you?
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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.
Thier flash drives are pretty sweet. I have an 8gb flash drive from them about 1 inch long and the height of a quarter. It's similar in size to a stick of trident gum. Water proof, temp ranges of below 0 c and above 100C. I have yet to boil it but for ~ 20$ it might be a neat experiment to conduct.

On topic: Meh I like G-skills heat spreaders, they look nice through my case. Although I guess if they are making little breakthroughs in nano tech towards ram then that should be pretty good for everyone. It may be snake oil in tech advancements clothing but perhaps ideas like this could cause a paradigm shift towards better ram products in general.
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The only way to tell if it works is to just wait and see if Rambus files some sort of patent infringement claim against it. If they do, you know it works.
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The new product abandons the traditional heat sink which has heavy and huge size
Yea I've often slipped a disk in my back by not bending at the knees when I go to remove my RAM......Not to mention the fear of them snapping the dimms

/sarcasm
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post #50 of 59
This Cadbury Cooling System, or CCS is a better idea.

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The CCS has the advantage of being cheaper. A few dollars will buy you a block containing sufficient squares to cover 12 sides of memory. It is also 100% biodegradable.

Plus, when you've given up sticking dumb things on your RAM, you can eat it.

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