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Pros: Heat Spreaders, can't beat the price. No problems so far.
Cons: The only problem I encountered was installing the module backwards in the slot. Most other memory has the sticker on the longer side of the notch. This has the sticker on the back side on the shorter side. Installing in a DELL is always pretty tight to begin with.
Other Thoughts: I installed this in my DELL OptiPlex 755 Core2Duo E8400 3.0Ghz. Though I should have bought the DDR2 800Mhz version. It works fine for the time being. Now I can expand to 8Gb total RAM.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works and it's cheap.
Cons: NOT AS PICTURED. I purchased this unit because of the picture. I need to have a full 3.5" floppy for my Dell Desktop. I had purchased the Rosewill card reader with eSATA for $2 more last week (which mounted with no problem), I thought I can save $2, but now I'm paying for it. Now I have to devise some type of wedge to keep it flush with the bezel.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works great on my Dell Optiplex 745 Tower. It came with the Low Profile slot brackets, which come in handy on the Dell Desktop models. My Dell PCI-E slots were rated for PCI-E 2.0 x 16, but it works great. Great Price after rebate. I purchased this card for a two monitor setup, it can probably handle 3 monitors, but I have not tried.
Cons: The Catalyst software causes a Memory Dump/BSOD, but Win7 was able to install it's own graphics drivers. I read somewhere installing an older version of the driver works fine. I don't get audio thru the HDMI interface connected to an HDTV. I believe there is an audio driver than I'm missing since I can't install from the CD.
Other Thoughts: I would have given it 5 eggs, but I took one away for the BSOD. Other than that you can beat the price after rebate. I was not looking for a gaming card, especially with my system, but my WEI went from 3.5/3.5 to 4.5/6.1.READ FULL REVIEW