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Pros: I previously owned DDR2 G.SKILL memory and I NEVER had a problem with it for over 4 years. So, when it was time to upgrade to DDR3 memory G.SKILL again came out on top as a first buy.
This DDR3 memory from G.SKILL seems to work well at 1600 MHz but I haven't yet tested it beyond that. It's rated to go to 1866 MHz but I need an AMD FX processor to get to that higher memory frequency (unless I overclock it).
The price was really good compared to other brands because I purchased 2x4Gb sticks on sale.
Windows 7x64 indicates a memory subscore of 7.4 out of 7.9. Perhaps when running at higher frequency that subscore will go up a tiny bit as I understand that there can be a 1%-3% increase in performance when running at 1866 MHz vs. 1600 MHz. The 7.4 subscore works for me.
Cons: Considering worldly events, some people may not like the memory subname and logo on the memory casing heatsink, unless your a Gamer ;-).
Other Thoughts: The "PC" of the name and logo doesn't change the memory performance.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No problems. No hiccups. No errors. Working fine.
Cons: Not DDR3,4,5,6,7, or 8 ...lolREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: WINTEC FileMate 8GB Professional Class 10 Secure Digital SDHC Card - Retail
Pros: Good price, still working...not much else to say.
Other Thoughts: I've used this in different cameras (Fuji and Cannon). It's a good idea to format the card when you use it for different cameras, but make sure you get your pictures/videos off first before formatting..lolREAD FULL REVIEW