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    Default Adata Spectrix D80 RAM, Liquid Phase-Change Cooling

    Adata is about to shake up memory cooling with their latest design in the Spectrix D80. These RAM kits come with a sealed liquid that boils at low temperatures, helping cool the modules more efficiently in theory than a typical heat spreader. Overclock away!

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