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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 13:00

Gigabyte showcases new memory cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Cebit 08: Independent water-cooling system

 

Gigabyte has shown off a new memory cooler, branded Cool Rain, which uses its own independent water-cooling system.

This cooler supports either single-sided or dual-sided memory modules, and it is designed with a four-way coolant path with 5cm fans. The entire cooler is designed so it will support a dual-channel memory configuration, all thanks to the ultra slim pump and water-tank.

Unfortunately the price for this new memory cooler is still unknown, but it will hit the market shelves very soon. Gigabyte claims that this new cooler will feature easy installation, and it will certainly bring additional overclocking potential to your memory modules.

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