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Old 12-04-2007, 01:48 PM   #11 (permalink)
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yes Ive heard about that. Apparently it reduces RAM temperatures by 10*C.
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yes Ive heard about that. Apparently it reduces RAM temperatures by 10*C.
now we worry about RAM Temps lol..
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can you even monitor ram temps? or am i being silly (again)
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can you even monitor ram temps? or am i being silly (again)
not on conventional systems but I think that they did it with special equipment for publicity.
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That looks identical to the maximus extreme...
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not on conventional systems but I think that they did it with special equipment for publicity.
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you could just use a program monitor like ntune or something.
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you could just use a program monitor like ntune or something.
I wouldn't recommend that program, its not a good program monitor. Has to many little glitches for my taste, CPU-Z is my recommendation by far.
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it monitors RAM?
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