"PNY's D22GX93XLP-5 PC2-9385 RAM has a default
clock speed of DDR2-1173 MHz while maintaining memory timings of 5-5-5-15. The
memory operates at a modest voltage of 2.2V. The PNY D22GX93XLP-5 supports
nVIDIA's EPP technology, if you're a novice at overclocking enable that feature
in the BIOS and let the motherboard handle everything else.
The heatsink that PNY chooses to install onto the D22GX93XLP-5 looks a lot
like the aluminum heat spreaders that Corsair uses on its DOMINATOR series.
There's been a lot of noise about aftermarket memory cooling from heatsink
manufacturers, but take it from PCSTATS, you'll want to pass on pretty much
every option. The problem is, modern DDR2 memory has the heat spreader bonded
onto the BGA DRAM modules. Attempting to remove this will likely damage your
RAM. We toasted a $350 stick of Crucial Ballistix memory back in 2004 and that
heat spreader was only attached with double sided tape."