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MaxUpgrades Introduces MaxSink RAM Heatsink

MaxUpgrades Introduces MaxSink RAM Heatsink

by , 9:40 AM EDT, September 15th, 2006 - Digg This

MaxUpgrades announced the immediate availability of its new MaxSink memory chip heatsink for fully buffered DIMM memory modules on Friday. The heatsink is designed for 533Mhz and 667Mhz memory chips like the ones used in the Mac Pro, and includes thermal conductive interface pads to improve heat dissipation.


The MaxUpgrades MaxSink.

The MaxSink is available at the MaxUpgrades Web site, and is priced starting at US$39.99.

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