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Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing - Bite Sized RAM

A powerful system with smooth HD playback capabilities and not a single moving component! - We show you how it's done.

| Editorials in Computer Systems | Posted: Apr 20, 2009 5:01 am

Bite Sized RAM

 

For RAM we have some choice SO-DIMM modules supplied by Kingston.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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Each module is DDR2-800 in 2GB flavour.

 

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And of course we have a paired kit to give us a nice 4GB.

 

Zero Moving Parts PC - Totally Silent Computing

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One thing that bugged me about the RAM placement on the motherboard was the proximity to the CPU socket; there is potential for a heatsink to foul them if it was a wide one.

 

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