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Windows 7: What you need to know about DDR4 memory

02 Dec 2014   #11

Windows 8 64bit Professional

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smarteyeball View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
How many of you folks are having ram overheating problems?

Even back in the 775 and 1366 days, I used to overvolt, crank my non heatsink RAM and never had an overheating issue.

Even my current DDR3 2666mhz ram @ 1.65v, with one module running without a heatsink due to cooler height causes no issue.

Less power is nice, but the only grabbing feature would be running at 3200mhz, or even the 3400mhz modules apparently on the way.
You'd love my new system then. Working on a custom water cooling for my rig. CPU, RAM, and GFX Cards will be cooled. But nice stats with your RAM, I don't OC atm due to the inability to purchase new hardware on the fly. Bills blow

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