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As memory frequency increased so did heat output, combine that with additional voltage due to overclocking and the once docile memory heat spreader became an important consideration when choosing an enthusiast memory module.
The famed Corsair Dominator is a pinnacle in module design and features a variety of built-in cooling features to regulate heat regardless of speed and voltage settings. By default a removable finned heatsink is attached to the top of each module that opens up a variety of modification possibilities such as changing the color or even adding a larger heatsink.