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Advertising products with boobs that aren't related to boobs makes me not want to by the product. I would rather see an engineer or someone actually working for the company standing by the product. I don't care who endorses what, I buy the product for its capabilities and not size of the boobs around it in pictures. Ad images like this are getting ridiculous.

Also, that motherboard looks hideous. Aside from the fact that there is way too much metal on there for me to feel comfortable supporting with a motherboard, I don't see a use for the RAMsinks. They would also be hardpressed to find an uglier color for a motherboard; if you are going to have large chunks of shiny metal, black is the color to go with, not omg-blinding-baby-poop-green.
Nobody likes a negative Nancy
I seriously doubt that anyone would buy these products because there were some chicks in their Mom's nightgown..............but having women advertise products for a market that is predominantly younger men is just smart: it makes the target market look at the pic. While they have their attention, "oh hey, here's my product."
THey're not insulting anyone's intelligence by saying that anyone will buy the product just because it's held by women, rather they just hope to get attention......

BTW if you have a baby that craps that color then get it to an emergency room FAST! It may have eaten radioactive material.....
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I'm confused, you're all talking about coolers and what not, I can't seem to find any computer hardware in the picture
    
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^ LOL4Real. ^

And re: colours... I'd be dead worried if mybaby started crapping that colour.. If i had a baby that is.. Ick.
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Anyone notice that the girl in the pink's feet are HUGE
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Wow those take up soo much room :O
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Anyone notice that the girl in the pink's feet are HUGE
Why are you staring at the feet?
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I'm confused, you're all talking about coolers and what not, I can't seem to find any computer hardware in the picture
It's hard to spot but it is there!

There's so much metal on that board, it's a bit borderline insane. What else can they possibly build a huge cooler for? The southbridge? The IDE connector?
    
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It's hard to spot but it is there!

There's so much metal on that board, it's a bit borderline insane. What else can they possibly build a huge cooler for? The southbridge? The IDE connector?
Your right, that Southbridge is pretty pathetic...MAKE IT BIGGER!
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is that time machine?
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I'm confused, you're all talking about coolers and what not, I can't seem to find any computer hardware in the picture
Don't worry your not blind I cant see the computer hardware either..
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