I have read some place that you can set rdram up in the bios to perform better by not making the rdram devices sleep, I may be incorrect or not accurate in this. But if you want the rdram to perform it's best is it true that it will get more hot.
Or does the air being blown from the cpu fan keep the rdram cool enough. I have never heard of rdram heat issues with the 850 chipset at all.
Or is the rdram of today run more cool than the rdram of one or two years ago?
I'm talking about pc800 rdram as well.
More aboutrdram heat issues days
if it has a face plate it should run fine.
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That crap does run hot- but I've never heard of it burning out. They all have heatsink/faceplates on them.