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Mushkin Enhanced Announces the New Copperhead Memory Cooling System

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  1. btarunr

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    The Mushkin Enhanced Design Team has once again pushed the envelope in regards to memory cooling and developed the new Copperhead Memory Cooling System. The side plates are comprised of pure copper, providing much more heat reduction than other metals.

    One of the unique characteristics of the Copperhead System is the “Copperhead Watercooler”. This is a quick and easy way to liquid-cool your memory modules. All that is needed is a quick, two-screw setup per memory module and Copperhead can be integrated into any existing watercooling system. The water cooler is available separately.

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    Overview:
    • 996775 – 4GB (2x2GB) PC3-12800 8-8-8-24 1.65V Copperhead Series Kit
    • 996772 – 4GB (2x2GB) PC3-12800 7-8-7-20 1.65V Copperhead Series Kit
    • 998774 – 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 8-8-8-24 1.65V Copperhead Series Kit
    • 998771 – 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 7-8-7-20 1.65V Copperhead Series Kit
    • 998773 – 6GB (3x2GB) PC3-12800 6-7-6-18 1.65V Copperhead Series Kit
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  2. Roph

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    Is this really necessary? :shadedshu
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    Half the stuff we use is not nesscery.

    This is cool though lol
  4. my_name_is_earl

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    That is sick. Look like a winner. Any word on the price?
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    Doesn't look like the water block wouldn't support 6 sticks though...
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    Look at the picture full size, it can :]
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    My old eyes could be going... but it looks like it would only fit five.

    Hmm, I guess they might not be spaced correctly (for the photo) and it could fit six.
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    Yeah the center ram module is dead in the center, seeing as theres 6 ram slots on i7/i5 mobos I imagine nothing would be bang in the centre :]
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    Yes another nice addition by Mushkin! ;)):laugh:
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    minimalisteology is a very boring religion :slap:
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    awesome 6-7-6-18


    220 euro O_O :"D
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    This reminds me of those water bags for hard drives :laugh:
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    I bet the water cooling doesn't really help at all.
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    this needs a sticky, especially when i look at how the timings are, lower model numbers have better latencies.
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    Kinda looks like a speed loader for memory....it appears to be well made though.
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    oh come on, this is just bad ass. I so want this.
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    imo this sticks should cool well but should not be used on news asus mobo as copper is heavy. Copperhead modules = HEavy modules

    Heavy modules + only one locking tab = FAIL
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    Those look dead sexy. I <3 Mushkin, I miss my old memory from them on my last box.
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    These need to be Redline Copperheads.

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