Just put together a Intel i5 NUC (NUC5i5RYK) and the Corsair Vengeance DDR3L sticks have some rather big stickers on them. Should I remove them for cooling? But I assume that might/will void warranty.
The sticker is the whole Vengeance (black) + Serial (white) thing. And given the NUC's poor tiny cooler, I was pondering whether to remove the stickers to help the RAM chill a little more?
Would that help and would it be worth voiding the warranty? Or what's an alternative good cooling system for such a NUC that I plan to occasionally use as a portable dev desktop? So Visual Studio compiling will turn the heat up a bit.