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Chaintech Cool It Smart DDR3 memory cooling system unveiled

Posted on Wednesday, November 28 2007 @ 01:15:18 CET by


Chaintech unveiled new Apogee GT DDR3 1800MHz memory modules with 8-8-8-24 timings and a special Cool It Smart heatsink system. This massive memory cooling solution uses big heatsinks and two small fans to dissipate the heat of your DDR3 memory modules.

According to the firm the Cool It Smart heatsink cooling brings down the temperature of the modules from 73°C to 52°C. With the two fans running the temperature drops as low as 38°C in a room with an ambient temperature of 23°C.

This Cool It Smart heatsink system is made of light-weight aluminum for optimizing the cooling performance; besides, the system can easily become a durable platform to add optional cooling fans or water cooling parts for dramatic heat reduction. For enthusiast users, more “DIY” fun can be created by using this heatsink system to customize their own ones. The APOGEE Cool It Smart heatsink design by Walton Chaintech is now patent pending.



Source: VR Zone


 






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Re: Chaintech Cool It Smart DDR3 memory cooling system unveiled
by Anonymous on Thursday, May 14 2009 @ 05:29:46 CEST
I like tis system for DDR3 Ram
i like to know the price
and is it available in the kerala markets



 

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