[CES 2014] Mushkin has just announced the release of their refreshed FrostByte heatsink for the Blackline as well as Redline memory modules, and you know for sure that these are chock-full of quality. Specially cut from aircraft-grade aluminum, the FrostByte would be the newest model of durability and functionality. It will make use of the spanking new vortex thermal design that will dissipate and control accumulated heat all the while maximizing PC performance.
Having said that, the FrostByte will be an ideal solution for computer enthusiasts and gamers, and you can be sure that the heatsink’s diamond cut design will be able to turn heads. You cannot pick it up just yet though, as the FrostByte heatsink will start to release to the masses from February 2014 onward, on both Redline and Blackline performance memory module offerings. Brian Flood, the Director of Product Development at Mushkin, shared, “What is great about the new FrostByte heatsink is that it allows us to push the limits of our Redline and Blackline memory to new levels while effectively managing heat. Mushkin is constantly innovating to achieve stronger results. The new FrostByte heatsink is just the beginning of what’s to come from Mushkin in our high-performance memory category.” [Press Release]
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