Whats needed is a 3rd party company (or even Kingston etc.), to make a heatpipe type heatspreader. You would prob have to construct yourself as a kit. They could use very small heatpipes, and offer an extreme version too. This is probably unrealalistic
todays BH*/CH*/UTT memory runs VERY hot
You either have to put together a makshift cooling solution or mod your case to keep the RAM cool. This puts some people off.
TCCD was a mistake, it's rated for DDR500, Just happens to run 2225 @ DDR400 --> But this has rekindled the fire for ultra low latency.
Now all companies have a low latency module on offer. This new heatspreader is just a natural progression. The average joe now understands the need for quality memory (low latency or not). This means memory companies know we are will to pay of memory.
We will see all manufacturers bringing out new cooling solutions as they KNOW they have a market for it.
All we have to do is wait for Nate to bring us a review, when all these new products to come out
For the likes of Kingston and others, I presume the profit on selling UTT ram is huge. Since it is UnTesTed Ram, don't Kingston buy the IC's cheaper?
So I'm sure memory companies a luv the currnet trends.
OCZ have their GX series which can do 222 " 2.8v
Is that BH5 etc. or something else? TCCD?