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    Quote Originally Posted by JHughes View Post
    Thanks Korth. BTW, what would one use to check RAM temperature? One of those handheld infrared thermometers?
    You could use a non-contact IR thermometer. Not the most accurate instrument for every possible application, some shiny IR-reflective stuff on your parts or IR-opaque glass barriers or incorrect emissivity will skew all your temp measures.

    You could use thermal probes - plugged into the motherboard or into any compatible instrument like a DMM.

    I often use a cheap indoor/outdoor "household" thermometer for this sort of stuff - it's accurate enough (±0.5°C/1°F or so) for general electronic work and it has a handful of handy wired/wireless remote temp probes which let me monitor/log real-time temps "in situ" without leaving the chassis open.

    And we're just talking about RAM. It doesn't (shouldn't) get terribly hot anyhow. If it does then put a heatspreader on it and/or fan airflow across it.
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