- Dec 12, 2006
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|Processor||3570k @ 4.5ghz|
|Memory||8gb crucial ddr3 1866|
|Video Card(s)||xfx 6950|
|Storage||crucial m4 256gb|
|Power Supply||PCPC silencer 750w v.1|
wow what stupidity from the majority of posters, this is one of the first mainstream implimentations of peltier technology. so if the majority of your small minds had their run on things, we'd never see SSD tech get to where it is today, because on first mainstream attempt they were much, much slower than 7200rpm drives. or ddr would never have gotten to ddr2 or ddr3, when they were first released the speed improvements were negligible and the prices were far higher than their predecessors. try to see past your own nose once n awhile maybe?