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Thread: G.Skill Pi PC8800 DDR2

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    G.Skill Pi PC8800 DDR2

    I was just wondering if it was possible/easy to remove the heatspeaders off these ram modules. I was thinking of water cooling.

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    You can, but they will void your G.Skill Lifetime Warranty, so make sure they are definitely a good set if you choose to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSKILL TECH View Post
    You can, but they will void your G.Skill Lifetime Warranty, so make sure they are definitely a good set if you choose to do so.

    Thank you
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    Well I feel kinda okat thinking about it as the next board I have will be DDR3. I have some spare DD2 in my HTPC if worse comes to worse.

    Thnaks.

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    Just make sure you keep all parts even if you remove them.

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