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Thermaltake unveils Spirit RS heatpipe memory cooler
Press release, January 15; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES [Monday 15 January 2007]

Thermaltake has launched its new Spirit RS RAM cooler with heatpipe. The Spirit RS heatsink is separated into two parts for improved performance and compatibility. The area that comes in contact with the chips is made of extruded aluminum ensuring heat is effectively transfered to the heatpipe. Heat is then transfered towards the aluminum fins on top of the unit, explains the company.

The thermal efficiency of the Spirit RS is high and so it cools the memory modules quickly, claims Thermaltake. In addition, the heatpipe and the heatsink are adjustable in angle so that users can install them however way they would like, minimizing compatibility issues and increase performance efficiency, it adds.

The Spirit RS can be used with DDR and DDR2 memory modules and includes two separate contact patches to maximize compatibility among single-sided and double-sided modules. The unit measures 153(L)×8.5(W)×90(H)mm and weighs 90 grams.

Thermaltake Spirit RS

Spirit RS RAM cooler
Photo: Company

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