from the everything-is-better-wet dept.
Twistedmelon writes "We've all heard of water cooling for processors and even graphics processors,
in today's high end PCs. However, a water cooled memory module is
something that hasn't been done until now. OCZ Technology recently
their line of Flex XLC Water-Cooled RAM, with its integrated heat-spreaders
that can be connected to any standard water cooling system. The memory
operates much cooler under load with tight timings at DDR2-800 speeds. For
those with water-cooling setups,
these DIMMs could easily be tapped into an existing system allowing for
quiet and robust cooling for your system memory as well."
We warn the reader in advance that the proof presented here depends on a
clever but highly unmotivated trick.
-- Howard Anton, "Elementary Linear Algebra"