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Pros: Great ram, works fine, have 4 512meg sticks so I can have 2 gigs of dual channel ram. Running stock voltage and timings. I have had these sticks for over 2+ years maybe long I forgot when I got them.
Cons: That I was lied to and was told that this ram could go to CAS # of 1...HA yea right. Found out that one of my sticks went bad, dunno why. Could be from me over clocking them but I stayed above 2.5,3,3,6(amd system). So maybe it just decided to go bad.
Other Thoughts: What is sad is that since one stick is bad, I have to pull another stick out to keep dual channel mode, so instead of running 2 gig dual channel, i'm only running 1 gig dual channel :( I would like to buy another stick of ram but New Egg is currently out of them and I don't want to spend 30 extra dollars somewhere else. Sidenote: the difference from 1 gig and 2 gigs is like night and day. Splurge and get 2 gigs, you and your system will be happy.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill R912E Black 19" 8ms LCD Monitor 270 cd/m2 500:1
Pros: Great monitor, clean, crisp picture. Have not had any trouble. Great for gaming. Even though it is 1280 x 1024, so what. That is still clear as ever. I don't want a heavy CRT. My old CRT weight over 60lbs. NOT KIDDING. Old 21 inch Trinitron monitor.
Cons: One dead Pixel, no big deal really, I can only see it if the pixel is black on a white screen or red on yellow screen.
Other Thoughts: The DVI connection should have been placed in a better place. Had to sort of fight my way in...lol. As with the box popping up saying display not supported, that means the program you are running does not support your monitor setting, turn it down or turn your refresh rate down. I have had that happen twice and that is it. Great monitor.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice design, looks good, I don't really have a problem with the case.
Cons: The case seems "flimsy." Some parts on the case are a lil fragile but that is to be expected since the case is such a low price.
Other Thoughts: Ok, here is some advice, If you spend like $40 on a case and it comes with a 450W power supply or more, unless it is made by a really good company throw it OUT. Spend good money, $70 or more on a power supply so you dont take the chance of blowing anything. If you have a high end board or video card, BUY A BETTER CASE, if you are going to spend 300-600 on a card, buy a $100 case.READ FULL REVIEW