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I think having 2 RAM sticks is better than having 4, especially when you are overclocking. You cannot really tell if something is stable or not until you try yourself. Not everyone gets the same results. If you are going on air, then of course you will not have the toppest, but depending on your cores temperature, you might be able to go high. I am not informant about that processor, but it should be fine if you get those G.Skill's. I like them too. ^^;
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G.Skill 4-4-3-5

$105 and tight timings. i've ordered two sets so far and they're perfect. i haven't tried to OC them, but you said you just want a nice stable system - you'll probably end up with the same specs as me. E6320 @ 2.8 and you won't need to overclock the memory. i have those timings on 2.0 Volts
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640 - 2x320 Samsung RAID-0 Dual DVDs XP MCE Acer 22" + Dell 19" LCDs - 2960x1024 rez :D 
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