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ThermalTake Spirit RS memory cooler

Posted on Monday, January 15 2007 @ 15:57:33 CET by

ThermalTake presents some new nice looking cooling gear for your memory modules, the ThermalTake Spirit RS Heatpipe Memory Cooler.

The Spirit RS CL-R0026 is designed for DDR and DDR2 memory modules. The Spirit RS heatsink is separated into two compartments – the area that comes in contact with the chipset is made of extruded aluminum to effectively transfer the heat to the heatpipes. The heatpipes then transfers the heat towards the aluminum fins on top of the unit.

According to ThermalTake the thermal efficiency of the Spirit RS is extremely high and can quickly cool off your memory modules. In addition, the heatpipe and the heatsink are adjustable in angle so that the users can install them however way they would like to minimize compatibility issues and increase performance efficiency.

Price and availability is unknown.


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Re: ThermalTake Spirit RS memory cooler
by Anonymous on Tuesday, January 16 2007 @ 00:04:28 CET
Looks pretty but will I guess this will be too pricey to consider buying it. High price, probably only a small drop in temperature for the memory and maybe only marginally better memory overclocking potential.

There are better ways to spend your money.


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