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Pros: Worked perfectly with an older gigabyte mobo. Finally gave me a chance to upgrade from windows XP to Win 7 and make use of the 1066 speed.
Cons: Price, seems that price jumped quite a bit from the last time I had looked up this ram, but I guess that's my fault for waiting so long.
Other Thoughts: To all those who are having problems with gigabyte mobos, I had a fair amount of trouble achieving full speed of my upgraded CPU and this RAM.
The culprit was non-other than the (get this) "up-to-date" BIOS I decided to flash in seeing as the description mentioned "better compatibility for overclocking to 1066" only for it to get rid of the option to overclock and down throttle my CPU to 1.6 ghz when the original speed of it is 2.4 ghz.
Turned out the BIOS version it had come with originally was the only one that allowed me to overclock and achieve the desired speed of 1066. Don't blame the RAM, blame gigabyte for their "splendid BIOS updates"!
-MicroSD has dedicated slot
.... - Supports MicroSD!
Cons: Doesn't support the Olympus xD memory cards, but then again not too many carry this and I use a MicroSD anyways so works out.
Aside from that, none.
Other Thoughts: May not have owned it for very long but had no problem handling my 4 gb and then 16 gb microSD cards. The same company also has a 56-in-1 card reader, will probably upgrade to that if needed as this company's got me won over!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Elite Power - 460W Power Supply
Pros: Got for a good price, came with everything advertised and has the power I need. Been working for well over a week and no trouble. Fairly quite (wish I could say the same about another one of my fans). Time will tell as it has some pretty big shoes to fill. Been very stable.
Cons: Non thus far
Other Thoughts: Worked perfectly with the medium tower, microATX build I've got. Powers everything and handles an okay graphics card with ease.
Not really a con for me, but not modular.