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    News - Crucial launches Ballistix memory with built-in thermal sensors

    New-look Ballistix modules unveiled with a revamped heat spreaders and thermal sensors that provide real-time temperature readings.
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    Re: News - Crucial launches Ballistix memory with built-in thermal sensors

    Do memory modules really get hot enough to warrant this kind of cooling and thermal sensor technology? Hats off to them for doing it; it is quite interesting. It seems though that every day there's *even faster* memory, *more overclockable* memory, *better cooled* memory being released... What I want to see is cheaper memory!

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