Kingston Launches Liquid Cooled Memory Modules

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FoamysKing

Its ironic that it has taken them this long to follow ocz's lead only the ocz parts could do passive or liquid

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Gershwyn

I don't understand why water-cooling equipment rarely gets vetted by real design engineers.  Even a n00b can see how horrendous the barb setup on these sticks would be in real-world usage.  Just putting a 90-degree bend in them would have been a 300% improvement.  At least that would allow easy passthrough tube connections for each stick.  Colour me disappointed.

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nHeroGo

So, you just shove a dubber hose on top of it and clamp it down then? At least one person will have a disaster destroying his 5-grand rig. That's OK; good opportunity to start from scratch.

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Peanut Fox

Ideally i'd be neoprene or something similar as rubber isn't really flexible enough.

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armada439

Those looks suspiciously like alumninum... no thank you.

Not to mention terrible barb orientation, and DDR3 hardly needs to be liquid cooled. 

Fail product.

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