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    Corsair launches towering RAM topping 1.1GHz

    Fresh out of Corsair's labs comes a completely new and innovative heatsink design enabling them to push their RAM modules further than ever before.
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    Looks interesting although an 80mm fan and a splodge of hot glue does the trick for me.

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    Clever heatsinks, that little cooler wouldn't fit on my SLI-d though, not with a CP9500 anyway. I just have a 120mm fan at 7v sitting there now. Keeps those boiling ballistix undercontrol.

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    I am surprised Corsair took the route of actually designing a proprietary PCB for the heatsinks. The design seems way better than my OCZ’s XTC “holes” technology, which does nothing from my temp testing.

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    Agreed with chuckskull...I can't see those fitting anywhere near to my Scythe Ninja :/
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    TBH I dont think it will fit with 90% of coolers on thge SLi-D unless it's a lot lower then it looks.

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