capper5016 wrote:BTW, I'm currently working on an article about overclocking, types of O/Cing, who does it and why. I wanted to do something to show the differences (O/Cing for max overclock versus O/Cing for max performance). I think alot of people maybe surprised to see that performance and overclocking are not parallel and sometimes trying to squeeze every last tick doesn't correlate to an equal increase in performance
infinitevalence wrote:the best way to do cool the ram would be to use pizio electric fields to create air flow around the sticks by charging the air. that way there are no moving parts and no noise other than the air movement. its the same idea that they have been trying to get to cool cpu's. but it might actualy work for ram as it needs far less cooling than a cpu.
We were sure that Corsair took out a patent on the LED technology, but it turns out that Corsair CEO Andy Paul did not want Corsair to turn into a patent company. Looks like Andy Paul changed his mind about obtaining a patent with the Corsair XMS Xpert series and for good reason.
Xpert is clearly an innovative product that diverges in many ways from any memory module ever built. Corsair has filed for patents on various aspects of the Xpert technology. At this point we are not at liberty to discuss which pieces of the technology will be patented.
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