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Net Reviews: Mushkin Redline PC4000

By June 15, 2005

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Computer components such as the processor, motherboard chipset and video cards have all needed active cooling through a fan due to the heat they generate but memory has traditionally only require passive cooling. Those seeking additional performance are willing to go to extreme lengths to push their computers. Legit Reviews looks at the Mushkin Redline PC4000 DDR, a high performance memory that requires additional voltage and has a warning that it requires active cooling.

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