Soggy memory

Subject: Memory | August 26, 2008 - 04:02 PM |
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As watercooling becomes a more popular solution, we are seeing more components that are built with watercooling in mind.  One of the more recent is the OCZ DDR3 PC3-16000 Flex II Water Cooled Memory, running at 2Ghz with 8-8-8-30 timings @ 2T.  Not only did OCZ set these modules up to allow for watercooling, they include a full set of water-cooling adapters and tubing.  Head to Madshrimps to see how these modules perform.

"Today we take a look at OCZ latest addition to the Flex series : the Flex II DDR3 kit. As a matter of fact, this is our first

DDR3 review in the house - better late than never I suppose - so have a look what DDR3 water cooled at 2Ghz can bring to your

doorstep."

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Source: Madshrimps
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