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is this hard steel? or cheap plastic? ocz

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    nickel plated copper ;)

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    Does any RAM come with plastic heatspreaders? Seems like a contradiction in terms :D
     
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    nical plated copper? is that hard steel? or hard metal? not hard plastic? not cheap plastic?

    is it a heavy steel?
     
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    copper=soft metal great heat conductor.....nickel= hard metal med conductor/ nice looking finish :)
     
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    ok so its not any kind of plastic... not hard plastic ect...

    great! just want to know if its plastic or not.
     
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    LOL! :D its not plastic
     
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    It's weight makes me think it's aluminium :)
     
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    LOL, also theres some nice OCing ram for the same or very lil more then those ;)
     
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    is that mean the weight is light?
     
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    its not aluminum its nickel plated copper ;)

    its just a RAM stick with a heatspreader whats the problem?

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    oh ok... jus making sure that its not like this headphone http://images.google.com/images?um=1&hl=en&q=koss titanium ur-40&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi the middle of the ear supose to be melta/steel but when bought it at ebay.... its a hard plastic. what a ripp off. in fact it look like a knockoff.... and i think the seller is from china if i remmeber correctly.... or its jus the real thing and the real thing is a hard cheap plastic.
     
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    first of all KOSS it is not really high end stuff so i HIGHLY doubt that theyd use metal on their headphones. actually its been a REALLY long time since ive seen headphones like that

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    i actually like my koss sporta pro headphones. anyways if that was plastic on those chips it would melt straight away...not really a good material to put on heatsinks:D:D
     
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    big point there! so it is definitely not plastic. i guess i really got my answer.
     

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