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Review: Akust Ramsink VI BGA copper ram sink
Written by Samuknow   
Friday, 26 January 2007 18:41
Article Index
Review: Akust Ramsink VI BGA copper ram sink
The Problem
Card Removal
Cleaning the Card
Installing the Ram Sinks
Installing the Ram Sinks
A Potential Problem
Installing the Card
Testing
Results
Results
Conclusion
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As with any computer enthusiast, I like to push my hardware to its limits. Over clocking allows me to get the most from my hardware. As you know in order to achieve the best over clock possible, it is often necessary to increase the voltage. Unfortunately, the byproduct of this added voltage is excess heat. 

 I had pushed my 6800nu to it's limit due to heat. So I picked up a new water block to take over where the stock cooler was falling short. This cooled the GPU but did nothing for the video ram. So now I was looking for a solution to this new problem.

This is why I bought the  Akust Ramsink VI BGA ram sinks.

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