|Mushkin Redline Enhanced 2133MHz DDR3 Memory|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Memory|
|Written by Austin Downing|
|Wednesday, 27 July 2011|
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Closer Look: Mushkin Enhanced Redline 2133Mhz
Unlike cases, the aesthetics of RAM will not be something that a user will need to deal with on a daily basis. This means a user can pick the ugliest piece set of ram they can find and as long as it has the same timing, and speed will perform just as well as a tricked out set of RAM. None-the-less enthusiast with Plexiglas windows on their case may want RAM that goes along with the color scheme being used in their system.
Mushkin Enhanced uses a fairly typical blister pack for their storage and transport of the Redline 2133Mhz kit . On the back Mushkin Enhanced has provided information on installing these in your system. Also included is Mushkin Enhanced's marketing information and how to contact them.
Mushkin Enhanced has created a very beautiful kit of memory that utilizes their proprietary Frostbyte heat spreader. To help with cooling on each of the Redline's heat spreaders clips are used, these are designed to provide as much pressure as possible against the IC's and therefore will help increase their cooling performance. At the same time the design of the heat spreader is designed to create air disturbances to help increase the heat transfer. Even better at 1.45" these are short enough to easily fit under any of the aftermarket CPU heatsinks that are on the market at the moment.
With a nicely finished exterior this Redline kit has a metallic red exterior with no blemishes and a minimalistic logo that does not look overly flash or gaudy.
Unlike other companies Mushkin does not use a decipherable model number and therefore the only use for this is as a reference number when looking for an identical set of memory for a later upgrade.