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Old 01-30-04, 08:43 AM   #7
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Originally posted by Gator
well thats part of the problem then. If you wanna overclock the memory, RAM heatsinks can be an important part of it. I mean of course it depends what speed memory they installed on there originally anyway, but heatsinks can definetly help

they're relatively cheap these days if you wanna add some. And I recommend you add them on both sides of the card, wherever you see a ram chip
It'd only put you over another 10mhz at most. However, they do look quite good.

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