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Friday, 14 November 2008 14:11

Corsair's TEC memory cooler pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Disassembled

We stumbled upon more detailed pictures of the upcoming Corsair TEC memory cooler. The cooler is still in its beta stage and the final product might have some changes, but the general idea is set to cool the memory with water and TEC.

According to the guy at i4memory.com forums, the new cooler is very easy to disassemble and get rid of the TEC part of cooling. He also suggests that it will be possible to use different wattage TECs.

Unfortunately, we weren't able to see any benchmarks, but they should come soon; until then you can check out those pictures here, as it looks good next to that Core i7 triple channel Dominator kit.

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