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MIPS RAM Freezer

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  1. //mAr New Member

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    MIPS Computer is a manufacturer of specialized high-performance water cooling solutions for overclockers. Their products offer excellent build quality made in Germany. This time we test the RAM Freezer which is a water cooling device for DDR1/DDR2 memory. We saw great testing results with Winbond UTT, Samsung TCCD and Winbond BH-5 memory - up to 25 MHz faster without any additional fan noise is very impressive.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Mips/RAMFreezer/
     
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    i'm surprised that you got 11 more mhz out of the TCCD with it... here i've been passing watercooled ram off as useless, when its actually not entirely so :)
     
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    ;D quality killssss ; btw i use two slim 8cm on 7.5v & they works great ,other than that y u say it; look great !> ??
     
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    The only thing I don't like about them it that they limit you to using only 2 RAM modules. I much rather use the Koolance RAM waterblocks which allow me to cool 2 adjacent memory modules and 4 if I have 2 of the waterblocks.
     
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    Great job //mAr ... :toast:
     
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    thanks =)
     
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    Nice idea, if only it had 1/2" connectors. Is it possible to fit some?
     
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    i dont think so...
     
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    is there place in the usa that sells these
     
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