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Forcetake MARS RAM Cooler Review - Forcetake MARS RAM Cooler Review
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For anyone who believes that overheating memory is the root cause of system instability, Forcetake's Mars RAM Coolers may be just the trick. The kit includes two passive RAM heatsinks for single or double sided DDR/DDR2/DDR3 memory, several thermal interface pads, and all the necessary hardware you'll need. You supply the RAM. Each Forcetake Mars RAM heatsink is more than just a stamped aluminum plate like a lot of the memory heatspreaders in use by manufacturers themselves. The Mars cooler is in fact two extruded aluminum sections which are clamped together around a U-shaped heatpipe with dense copper fins, and the memory module itself.

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