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OCMemory Launches Hynix-Based DDR3-2400 MHz Memory that Stays Cool without Heatsinks

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  1. btarunr

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    Japanese PC memory maker OCMemory launched a new line of high-speed PC memory that stays cool without need fancy heatsinks or heatspreaders. The OCM2400CL10D-8GBN, launched in the series, takes advantage of Hynix high-density CFR DRAM chips to achieve DDR3-2400 MHz speeds, with timings of 10-12-12-31, and 1.65V, without needing any additional cooling components. In addition to a JEDEC-approved DDR3-1600 MHz fallback SPD profile, it includes an XMP profile to use its advertised speeds. The sticks use 8-layer black PCBs to improve signaling efficiency. The kit includes two 4 GB modules, and is priced at 6,000¥ ($72).

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    "The sticks use 8-layer black PCBs to improve signaling efficiency."

    Is it because of the 8 layers of PCB or is it because the PCBs are black.
    :laugh: (I'm sorry I went there....)
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    It's because they're black.
    de.das.dude, seronx and remixedcat say thanks.
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    put racing stripes and flames on it to overclock it!

    and a badass dragon on it for jaydenz!!!!
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    I never bought RAM with heatspreaders for the cooling potential, I thought they simply made it look cooler ;)
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    1.65v? So for safe use in AM3+ and 1156, I guess. Unless I missed something (it is almost 4AM).
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    Do want!!!

    Someone want to mail me a kit? :p
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    I wonder what happens if you do put a cooler on them? Do they go to freezing temperatures?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I thought the new standard for occ modules is 1.5V...
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    When will this be available for purchase?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    most DDR3 modules hardly need heatspreaders on them.
    also, black is a bad color when you want to keep things cool. black absorbs heat radiation instead of radiating it.

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