GeIL to allow temperature monitoring of memory modules

Posted on Saturday, March 06 2004 @ 21:42 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Memory maker GeIL has announced a new feature for their memory modules: the Memory Module Temperature Thermometer.
Due to the trend of overclocking nowadays, most memory modules are operating under extremely high frequencies than they are originally rated. The outcome of it not only brings users a faster performance system but also heat issues along - overheated memory modules.

This latest innovation from GeIL allows users to monitor the temperature of their memory sticks under any circumstances.

Therefore users are able to enhance system overall operation environment or to prevent burns from overheated memory modules from a simple visual display rather than applying additional power for temperature sensor kits.

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