The Inquirer wrote:It is all about cherry picked memory chips, as the chips will let you overclock to desired speeds and the heat spreads will mainly help you to recognise good and expensive memory. µ
“The implementation of the innovative XTC heatspreaders on our Gold memory modules offered serious gamers superior cooling for their hard working memory,” stated Alex Mei, VP of Marketing, OCZ Technology. “By employing XTC heatspreaders on our new Platinum modules we are able to deliver a superior product for enthusiasts looking for the ultimate overclocking solution.”
The Inquirer wrote:WE KNEW that our article about memory heat spreaders won't be the last one. We learned what Corsair thinks about it but now we've managed to get the OCZ's part of the story as well. Have a dekko at this story and we learned that our good friend Nate from Legitreviews did the original test and you find it here. He started the whole thing.
Have a dekko at this story and we learned that our good friend Nate from Legitreviews did the original test and you find it here. He started the whole thing.
INQ wrote:Now the other angle. We learned that Corsair has to pay much more to make their heat spreaders than OCZ.
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