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GeiL Launches the EVO Cyclone Memory Cooling System

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  1. malware New Member

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    GeIL Memory has just released the new EVO Cyclone memory cooler. At first sight this cooler is like most other similar solutions on the market, but it has one unique feature. The single fan that cools the memory has a LED display and embedded thermal sensor, that displays the surrounding temperature and real-time fan speed. Apart from this, the 50mm cooler spins at 3400rpm and produces only 21dBa noise. The EVO Cyclone also comes with a height-adjustable clip designed that fits even memory modules with large heatsinks. GeIL is expected to ship the EVO Cyclone in the weeks to come. To learn more about the product, please go to this page.

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    the metal H/S [on the sides] doesn't seem that it would do anything, since it goes on top of the ram, this thing will blow air that's it, looks cool though.
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    maybe with the EVO ram the H/S would do some good. The HS on the ram may toutch the HS of the cooler
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  4. DarkEgo

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    Why would it display the tempeture on the fan? I am not going to look in my case to see my ram tempeture. IF it is at a decent price, I might consider it.
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    i think OCZ are one of the few who got it right with their XTC cooler. This one, i'm not sure about
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    Awesome looking for those who like the BLing. Let see a review on how well it cools the rams.
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    The XTC is not compatible with tall HS rams this one saved the day!
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    Unfortunately my XTC won't fit over my G.Skil PI Ram, otherwise it's an excellent cooler.

    I'd definately get one of these though, the height adjustment interests me the most.
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    so this cooler would fit my OCZ reapers?
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    thats prolly its biggest shortcoming, in other regards its awesome. but i really dont like the looks of this coolers for some reason.
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    you can always mod the clip for the OCZ... ;)
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    Specs and temps-
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    looks geil
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    Anyone know when/where these will be avaliable and how much?
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    I want this!! Whats the MSRP?
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    I think that Heatsink ontop needs to be in direct contact with Ram Modules for Maximum Effectiveness
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    now we see something better than crossair ram cooler

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