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Pros: I've not run into a problem with getting this memory running at advertised speeds and a little more. One thing, I'm running with BASECLK at 100 and then setting the memory timing to get 1335 x 2.
Cons: I have one stick that doesn't show XMP profile under AIDA64. Looks ok under CPU-z.
Other Thoughts: I do have an issue once and awhile where the computer doesn't POST after a reboot. Need to power off and back on in order to reset. Not a big issue since I leave this computer on all the time. Not sure if this is memory related, could be the BIOS settings.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake CL-F011-PL12BL-A 120mm Pure Series Quiet High Airflow Case Fan
Pros: 1.) Quiet as advertised
2.) Sufficient packaging, easy to get out of box and into computer.
3.) Long power cord
Cons: None reallyREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works fine in a 2011 Mac Mini Server (Intel i7-2635QM). Swapped the 4GB of Apple installed SoDIMMs with this and I've not had any issues. Done a number of video re-encoding which runs for hours with lots of memory access, no crashes or video issues. I've noticed that with 16GB installed the shared video memory reported in "System Information" now shows 512MB instead of 384MB.
Cons: When I first installed, I noticed one of the banks of RAM reported much higher temps. The temps are higher than running with 4GB. However, this is understandable, because of the increased number of memory chips on the SoDIMM board. The higher density of each chip and finally the fact one RAM module sits between the other module and the motherboard whereas the 2nd RAM module has better ventilation.
Other Thoughts: I was going to get the Corsair Vengeance modules for my Mac Mini Server, but these were on sale. I also have a pair of ADATA SoDIMMs in my Dell Laptop and I've had no trouble with them.READ FULL REVIEW