This Nitrogen-Cooled Memory Block Broke The World's Speed Record

These are memory sticks, two 1GB Corsair Dominator GTX6 DDR3 RAM modules. They usually run at 2625MHz, but these zoom at the new world's speed record: 3078MHz. All thanks to the special nitrogen freezer plugged onto the heat sinks:

The feat was achieved by PC tinkerer Matthias Zronek, from Overclockers, using this Gigabyte P55A-UD7 motherboard with Intel Core i7-870 processor:

What I really want to have is a nitrogen-cooled iPad with 2GB of RAM. Actually, I just want the 2GB of RAM because the web browser reloading just drives me bloody crazy. [Extreme Systems - Thanks Alec!]