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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-news/view/64877

    That Kingmax ram uses thermal nano technology, creating a kind of invisible heatsink. Now the question is, are the claims true, or is this just your average, conservative ram, and they're counting on a gullible public to buy into their nonsense about revolutionary changes?

    Wow Earth, you are intense my friend. I think this is the wrong thread?????

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    Oh, I think this is the correct thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-news/view/64877

    That Kingmax ram uses thermal nano technology, creating a kind of invisible heatsink. Now the question is, are the claims true, or is this just your average, conservative ram, and they're counting on a gullible public to buy into their nonsense about revolutionary changes?
    I think a lot of people will just skip the RAM because they don't like how it looks. Aesthetics can play an important part in your selection of RAM sticks. Whether or not the RAM will deliver on those promises, or any promises is irrelevant if you are repulsed by how the RAM looks. I am not one to really care about the RAM's aesthetics, as I prefer to focus on what the RAM does once it's installed, but I'm not everyone.

    I just want a computer that works for me without drawing too much power, and without spying on my every move. I also wish it not to become infected with some malware and start going after the computers of others.

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    Please pass the bong guys!

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    It isn't what's outside the ram that counts; it's what's inside. But when they make such outlandish claims unnecessarily, you really have to wonder if they know what they're doing, or just trying to enthrall the masses to the degree that they're blind of true intentions. And at 2200MHz, they're trying to do it fast, but are only really serving an elite inner circle of the consumer base. Buzzwords and fancy labels are nice, but if the ram can't perform, it has no place in the market.

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