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Old 18th April 2007, 10:43   #1
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The firm just released Esoteria series of memory modules. They plan to cater to the racing car addicts, because the heat-spreaders feature carbon-fibre. This is not a typo - Vorsteiner, German tuner of BMW cars is in charge for manufacturing according carbon-fibre elements, clearly showing that this is a memory not for ninja-PC's, but rather Formulae of PC World.

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someone has to say it, that is retarded because carbon fibre doesn't really transfer heat
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With the voltages they claim (up to 2.5V) they will fry their DRAM chips when heat is being bad transfered.
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On the other hand, it's an "inquirer" news
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what's that supposed to mean

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Carbon plated? Might be so
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it's just memory with an alu or cupper heatspreader with a patch of carbon fiber gleued on it.
Not worth speding extra money, get some memory with heatspreader and buy some stickers with a carbon fiber effect and I'll bet €5 on it that you won't notice the difference (if you can already see the carbon fiber if the memory is installed in your computer).
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