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oh nevermind. I guess it does have "fancy" heatspreaders. my bad, my bad.
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2 TB Hitachi Deskstar and 30 GB OCZ Vertex SSD Asus Blu-Ray Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Samsung P2370HD 23" 
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post #12 of 12
The G.Skill ECO's are great. DDR3-1800 will boot right up with 1.50V, and DDR3-2000+ with more voltage. But, with the 875 CPU, DDR3-2400+ is easy. So it just depends what you use your computer for.
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