News Thermaltake's Latest AIO's Cools Your Memory, Because It's Chic Like That

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Seems a horizontally mounted cooler such as the Noctua NH-C14S would be more generally applicable.
Also, the VRM is by far more at risk in most setups than the memory, yet this design leaves it to bake, while a horizontal fan at least provides some cooling there.
 
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you really don't need to cool your memory, overclocked or not
This is a testable claim. It'd be interesting to test not only maximum overclock, but also the frequency of memory errors when overclocking.

I find it a little hard to believe that memory cooling wouldn't at least improve stability of systems with overclocked memory.
 

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