Why Is There a Metal Plate on My Rambus Memory Module? - Technical Tip - 163802

Why Is There a Metal Plate on My Rambus Memory Module? - Technical Tip - 163802




The metal plate that covers Rambus memory is a heat sink.

The metal plate that covers Rambus memory is a heat sink and helps dissipate excess heat produced by memory module.

CAUTIONCAUTION: Rambus memory modules can become very HOT and for Safety reasons, ensure the systems power supply is disconnected and the heat has completely dissipated prior to handling Rambus memory modules.



 
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上次修改日期: 07/29/2010 12:00 AM


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