While the stock clockspeed of these units at DDR2-800 doesn't necessarily justify beefy heatsinks, OCZ has made their name on performance products that people love to overclock. Keeping RAM cooled is an issue that has only come up fairly recently in computing terms, but as clock speeds rise it becomes a more important one, especially since more manufacturers are willing to provide headroom for people to not just overclock, but also overvolt the units.
The new modules come in 2GB or 4GB kits. You can read the full press release at OCZ's site.
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