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| Posted: Jul 12, 2004 3:49 pm

- Super Talent LED RAM Cooler

Looking for something to help cool your expensive memory modules a bit better than simply relying on thin heat spreaders for the task? Look no further, Gruntville take a look at Super Talent's Active LED Memory Cooler today which consists of two fans in a clear housing with some funky aesthetics to boot. The unit also looks relatively simple to install and seems to be highly effective as well.

 

I find it funny that for the most part our memory has been left to the feeble protection of thin heat spreaders. I spent some serious cash on my memory and I imagine you did to. I want a product that helps protects my investment so that I can safely squeeze out every last MHz from my system. And call me vain but I expect it to look good as well. I haven't spent hours upon hours improving my rigs appearance to tape a big awkward fan on my memory sticks...Well this review of the Super Talent LED Memory Cooler looks like a promising solution to my needs. It has two fans set into a rather sharp looking clear housing that slips on to the RAM. The looks are pretty snappy, but read on and we will take a closer look to see if it actually makes a cooling difference

 


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