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    Wow, looks like there will be some amazing things to see from Kingston at CES this year.
    According to a few teaser Tweets on Kingston’s Twitter page they are getting ready to drop some water cooled HyperX DDR3 on the enthusiast crowd. Although there are no details yet we can see that this is going to be some high end DDR3. Of course the Kingston entry will be following water-cooled products from OCZ (their Flex products). But still Kingston has been pushing the upper limits of their memory in the past year without dropping their commitment to compatibility.
    http://www.tweaktown.com/news/13816/...ram/index.html


    Looks like there wont be enough clearnace between my RAM ends and the GPU for this stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    That looks pretty cool I wonder how big the tubes are for that setup because they look quite small.
    usually 1/4" tube, that's the problem when you WC the ram, flow restriction. If you do multiple blocks in one loop with a Y-split adapter will hurt the flow rate unless you have powerhouse pump or pumps.

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