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Kingston HyperX (KHX-FAN) Memory Cooler - PCstats.com Kingston HyperX (KHX-FAN) Memory Cooler
Mon, July 27 2009 | 12:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Back when I started overclocking my RAM with a few sets of DDR, the voltage those old TCCD chips could take was insane by today’s standards and the heat they produced was sometimes unbearable. Then there weren’t too many commercially available options to give the memory its own dedicated airflow. I do remember something referred to as the "crab cooler", but my efforts to find it now ended up with not being able to locate it. The need for memory specific cooling lead me to end up using 80mm and 120mm fans, rigged in my PC in ways I’d rather not discuss, due to their "ghetto mod" nature. What Kingston has come up with is the Kingston HyperX Fan or KHX-FAN as it’s labeled on the package. The KHX-FAN is a memory cooler that uses the power of a motherboard header or any 3-pin fan connection to spin the dual fan designed arrangement. I’m no stranger to what these types of coolers are capable of doing for memory cooling and first impressions of the KHX-Fan lead me to believe they have built something very capable of the task at hand."
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http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/2805/kingston_hyperx_khx_fan_memory_cooler/index.html
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 HP Pavilion All-in-One 200-5020 Desktop PC   - PCstats.com HP Pavilion All-in-One 200-5020 Desktop PC
Wed, June 09 2010 | 12:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Today for review I have a first, at least for me, it’s a desktop PC yes, but it’s an all-in-one style meaning that there’s no ‘tower’ section like a regular computer might have, the kind most of us are accustomed to. An all-in-one PC is a fairly new style of PC meant to save space and actually save you some money too. This type of PC has everything built-into the monitor itself, and then you have your keyboard and mouse and that’s it. The PC I have today is from HP and it’s the new Pavilion All-In-One 200-5020 that features the Intel E5400 Dual Core Processor, along with 4 gigs of ram, a 500 gig hard drive that’s all basically encased inside of a 21.5” HD 1080P LCD monitor. Yes it’s not exactly a high spec machine, but it’s not meant to be, it’s meant to be a moderately priced PC with a good set of features, and it is. "
FULL STORY @ Archived from TESTFREAKS
http://www.testfreaks.com/blog/review/review-of-hp-pavilion-all-in-one-200-5020-desktop-pc/
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