Originally Posted by micropage7
from features it looks nice, but lack of heat spreader makes it like value ram
That's a big reason why Geil put dragons on their IC covers. They wanted to dress them up without spending extra on things like RAM sinks since the ICs realistically don't need them.
The same thing applies to video card memory. The nicer faster cards have bigger or nicer video memory sinks on them, but they really aren't required. It's ATI and NVidia that require them in order to "certify" them.
The bottom line here is if the Kingmax modules still cost as much as Patriot, Kingston, OCZ, or Corsair, then this memory isn't such a good deal. Low profile heat spreaders are a dime a dozen now. So, there has to be a cost benefit ratio for us consumers in the end.