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Does the Spire TherMax Eclipse II block memory slots completely?

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When i say completely...i mean it blocks it to the point that you cant even have regular/standard size memory in the slots, even if you install them before you install the hsf. thanks
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When i say completely...i mean it blocks it to the point that you cant even have regular/standard size memory in the slots, even if you install them before you install the hsf. thanks

It will allow standard height memory with a heat spreader just fine. On my board at least the memory is under the fan. So you could install memory before heatsink. Or remove the fan to install. So what you have "heard" is false.


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It will allow standard height memory with a heat spreader just fine. On my board at least the memory is under the fan. So you could install memory before heatsink. Or remove the fan to install. So what you have "heard" is false.


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sweet...thanks for the reply!
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