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March 29, 2006 7:03:43 PM

is there anything decent for memory water cooling?? I know this one: http://www.directron.com/bkaframcooler.html but that wont work well if you have 2 sided ram (cant remember the term for it) and more than 1 stick.. anything out there??

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March 29, 2006 7:22:41 PM

water cooling your ram its not really worth it as a normal heatspreader its good enough in some cases, unless ur gettin this for show...
March 29, 2006 7:29:00 PM

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water cooling your ram its not really worth it as a normal heatspreader its good enough in some cases, unless ur gettin this for show...


yeah thats kinda the general idea.. i think it would look cool...
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March 29, 2006 7:49:04 PM

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Check out the option from Koolance

http://www.koolance.com/shop/product_info.php?products_...

Definetly looks cool.


haha yeah thats the bugger ive been looking for.. just frekin looks cool..


i was thinking of doing something like this myself... im perty handy with a dremmel.. shouldnt be too hard... not looking like that koolance though..
March 30, 2006 2:10:36 AM

yeah, why dont' you spend 50 dollars to buy a brick wall for flow?

those things are probably more useless than a hard drive cooler.

1) it absolutely does NOT increase your OC, one person tried, gained only 5mhz tops

2) it KILLS your flow, just lookat that design of that thing, at least four 90 degree bends and the block itself is thin so is very restrictive.


i mean, i personally think heat spreaders are more bling because these thigns look butt ugly anyways. so if you want your pump to cry, temps to go up and waste a lot of money, i recommend this piece of engineering


not to mention is alu, so you can't use it with any good waterblocks(they are made out of copper)
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