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Arctic Cooling Announces Arctic RC Pro Thermodynamic RAM Cooler for Overclockers

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. btarunr

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    RAM cooling is crucial for maintaining high clock rates as well as to avoid any damages caused by overheat. In order to offer an efficient tool to lower RAM temperature, the Swiss IT cooling solution provider ARCTIC COOLING today launched the new ARCTIC RC PRO, an advanced RAM cooler designed for DDR2 and DDR3 SDRAM modules.

    Following the design concept of the award-winning ARCTIC RC, this Pro version also features long aluminium fins as well as highly conductive thermal pads. The fins are extended to 5cm which lead to a significant increase in heat transfer area and optimized natural convection.

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    The pre-applied thermal pads efficiently draw heat out from the RAM to the fins. The ARCTIC RC PRO is securely assembled by 3 screws. By giving high pressure to the two heatsinks, thermal pads will firmly lay on the modules for best heat dissipation.

    While a generic heat spreader has only limited cooling effect on the RAM, the ARCTIC RC PRO powerfully lowers the temperature by 50%*. Such unparalleled temperature reduction extends the RAM service life and boosts overclocking to a new level.

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    User-friendly design
    Installation is easy and can be done in just two minutes. The packaging is precisely designed for positioning the RAM accurately on the ARCTIC RC PRO. After fastening 3 screws, users can start enjoying the improved RAM performance brought by this revolutionary cooler. The ARCTIC RC PRO is compatible with single or double sided DDR2 and DDR3 SDRAM modules. It is also compatible with the RC Turbo Module – an add-on cooler with two 60mm fans for those who are looking for extreme RAM overclocking.

    One package contains a pair of ARCTIC RC PRO. This product is available in November 2009. The MSRP is US$ 9.95 and 6.95€ (excl. VAT).
     
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    Wow for ramsinks and a fan, it is really cheap and I am glad. I got a Corsair Ram Cooler from someone on here but I cant find the bolts and it doesn't work on my G Skill Tridents. However something like this would be better than something stock.
     
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    These are awesome for the price, I like how their not as bulky as other ram coolers. A+ for AC :)
     
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    this is the time when i want a good mobo and good sticks of ram
     
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    Let them come! I'll grab them as soon as i see them on the Local Stores. :toast:
     
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    Price is for the RAMsinks themselves, not the fans. Those are an add-on "turbo module" piece.
     
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    I would pay $9 for the sinks
     
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    Even if big sinks and a fan dont do much id still get these for epeen and looks.
     
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    hmm yeah. I remembered removing the sinks off my first Dominators way back (yeah. when they where still D9s) to fit a thermalright sink.. only problem was the ICs came off with the sink lol. 300 bucks down the drain.
     

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