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Old 27th January 2007, 13:51   #1
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Default Thermalright HR-07 Memory Cooler Review

Thermalright is known as a very competent and successful manufacturer of aftermarket cooling gear. Today, we take a look at their latest gem, the HR-07 Memory Module Cooler. This passive cooler is made to cool your ram beyond any stock heatsink or heat spreader. Have a look and see if it surpasses its daring intentions...

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Old 27th January 2007, 14:36   #2
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once again stock heatspreaders are tested to be worthless


What was the voltage you have been using?

50° isn't a temperature that I think is capable of limiting overclocks on memory but should change if you give the memory the 2.4+ extreme people use.
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once again stock heatspreaders are tested to be worthless

What was the voltage you have been using?

50° isn't a temperature that I think is capable of limiting overclocks on memory but should change if you give the memory the 2.4+ extreme people use.
The voltage used for the ATi kit is 2.15V in bios. The motherboard does overvolt a little, the real voltage was close to 2.2V. As you say, with Micron ram at 2.4V+ the situation will be quite different temperature wise, but will still be in favour of the Thermalrights.

You've made a necessary remark about the voltages, which I'll add to the article right away. Thank you for that.
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Old 27th January 2007, 19:39   #4
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Ahah, this looks interesting for the BH5 I have in here right now. With some basic heatspreaders, they are almost too hot to touch atm, and this is at 3.2v -- they should reach max overclock at 3.4v, but have been holding that off because of the heat. Don't have any fan running over them either, except for some airflow the zalman 7700 gives them (also the reason why i haven't upgraded that cooler yet ).

With this I should be able to bump up the voltage a bit more and finally upgrade the cooler to a good Scythe.
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