Give your RAM a good blow, and make it feel pretty
Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 14, 2004 - 04:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
There is an area of the PC I seem to have been neglecting to cool properly, and now that summer has come, it is actually a problem. Well, GruntvillE has taken a look an active RAM cooler that is good at keping things cool ... and it's got blinking lights too!
"I find it funny then that for the most part our memory has been left to the feeble protection of thin heat spreaders. I spent some serious cash on my memory and I imagine you did to. I want a product that helps protects my investment so that I can safely squeeze out every last MHz from my system. And call me vain but I expect it to look good as well. I haven't spent hours upon hours improving my rigs appearance to tape a big awkward fan on my memory sticksâ€¦ Well this review of the Super Talent LED Memory Cooler looks like a promising solution to my needs. It has two fans set into a rather sharp looking clear housing that slips on to the RAM. The looks are pretty snappy, but read on and we will take a closer look to see if it actually makes a cooling difference.'"
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Coolermaster KHC-V81-U1 Hyper-6 @ HEXUS.net
- Spire Coolwave SP441B0-F Low Profile HSF @ hardcoreware
- Titan TTC-D9TB/Cu35/R1 HSF Review at TechIMO
- Verax Polargate AL S Heatsink Review @ frostytech
- Swiftech MCX6400-V Heatsink @ Bjorn3D
- Swiftech MCX6400-V Heatsink @ Envy News
- Scythe Kamikaze CPU Cooler V2 @ GideonTech.com
- Spire CoolWave CPU Cooler @ ModdersHQ
- Coolmax 14cm Silent Cooling Fan Switching Power Supply @ Hi-Techreviews.com