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Awesome-looking heatsink here, with three heat pipes running through the base and well spreaded out.

The heatpipes are soldered to a copper base.



Spring-loaded screws were chosen over traditional push-pin ones to secure the large heatsink.


The dual-core Intel Atom D525 processor, which has an operating frequency of 1.8GHz, 1MB L2 cache and supports single-channel DDR2 and DDR3 800MHz memory.


The GT218-based NVIDIA ION 2.


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