The RAM sinks on the 64 Meg Prophet are not the same ones used on the 32 meg Prophet. These sinks are bigger and taller and they seem to be better attached to the RAM itself. As stated in my review of the 32 Meg Prophet, the RAM sinks were in fact trapping heat instead of removing it. With these new RAM sinks, it looks like Hercules has addressed that problem. The plastic clips that hold the heatsink/fan in place also seems stronger.
I have called Hercules about the higher than stock core and memory speed and the only thing they will say is; "While the box says 200Mhz core and 333Mhz memory, the 64 Meg cards are in fact running stock at 220Mhz core and 360Mhz memory. " This would seem to mean Hercules is putting in high grade GTS chips and memory for their 64 Meg Prophet and giving the lesser grade stuff to the 32 Meg unit. I somewhat confirmed this by over clocking the 64 Meg card to a mind-blowing 250Mhz core and 400Mhz memory
Over de clockspeed: De clockspeed van 220 MHz schijnt problemen te geven en daarom heeft Herculus een beta Bios geproduceerd waarmee het geheugen weer op 200 MHz. komt te draaien, het geheugen blijft staan op 366 MHz. .