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Pros: Fast memory. Recognized by my motherboard without issue. Nice "pretty" blue heatspreaders.
Cons: See other thoughts.
Other Thoughts: Depending on your motherboard, the memory might get recognized as 1333, not 1866.
If this happens, the memory is NOT defective! Just go into your motherboard's BIOS settings and change the multiplier to 18. Problem solved!
Pros: FAST! Very good price per GB ratio.
Cons: No matter how you slice it you're still paying for the OEM's development costs with these things.
Other Thoughts: I have two of these in a RAID 0 configuration. Windows 7 loads so fast it doesn't even get a chance to finish the "starting windows" screen before it loads to the desktop. Programs load and install blazingly fast now compared to my old computer.
Now that I have gotten into the SSD game, I'll never go back!
The funny thing is, these are the "low end" versions. I'm sure that the higher end models are faster but other than benchmarks I'm sure the average person is not going to see a difference in real-world usage.
PS: Make you go for the 256mb or 512 version, the 128GB version has a much slow write speed which makes it not as good of a value.
Pros: Sturdy, well built, pretty much all the cables you'll need and they are plenty long enough. Great price!
Cons: Ummm.... nothing.
Other Thoughts: I was going to get the 850w, but decided to save a little $$$$ and go with this version. Great quality power supply, you can tell just by its heft and how it's packaged.
There is no other 750w power supply that can compete with this on price or performance. If you are looking for a 700-750w power supply, this is it.