Kingston HyperX PC2-8500 DDR2 1GB Kit
Published: 12th September 2006 | Source: Kingston | Price: |Appearance
It wasn't that long ago when memory was by far the most visually boring component in the average PC. Since then memory manufacturers have spent a lot of time and money turning that around to the point where memory sticks are possibly the most visually attractive component, with heatspreaders in a multitude of designs and varying levels of cooling performance.
Kingston have chosen to use both double sided heat transfer pads and retention clips to hold the heatspreders in place which should offer a lifetime of trouble-free cooling, but unfortunately gave me great problems trying to find what memory chips were on-board.