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Pros: Decently priced 2 GB RAM sticks. Bought 4 for a total of 8 GB of RAM for my upgrade from Win XP 32-bit to Win 7 64-bit so I can start doing video and photo editing. As far as I can tell, my system loves this RAM! Much faster than the 2 1 GB sticks I had in it.
Cons: My motherboard is now maxed out in the RAM department. Other than that, nothing!
Other Thoughts: System I put this RAM in -
AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+, Foxconn A690VM2MA-RS2H, 8 GB G Skill (this RAM), Philips SATA DVD Burner, floppy drive, XFX NVidia GeForce GTS 250, PC Power & Cooling 750 Watt.
All-in-all, I would buy this RAM again in a heart beat. I love this RAM and I would recommend it to anyone that needs DDR2 as their upgrade path.
Pros: Eventhough I have only had it for a couple days now, I love my 'new to me' recertified iBook G4. This is my first Apple product and I am actually quite impressed with it. It may be a few years old, but it still has plenty of power for what I am using it for. It runs office type applications perfectly. Battery life with mine is between 2.5 and 3.5 hours somewhere. I am glad that I bought it!
Cons: Does have some minor scratches and what not. I did have to reseat the RAM as it popped out slightly. Other than that, none.
Other Thoughts: I would buy another if I could. I am typing this review from it.
Also, to put the battery in, you must turn the battery lock to lock the battery in place.
This review is from: EVERCOOL FAN-EC7025M12CA 70mm Case Cooling Fan
Pros: One of the few 70mm fans that are available and fit on the heatsink from what was once an E-Machine heatsink.
This fan cools the AMD Athlon XP 3000+ to a temp. of around 55-65 (or so) deg. Celsius while running Folding at Home on the system.
Much quieter than the rattling and brown dust caked on fan that this fan replaced.
Decently priced for its cooling abilities.
Cons: None really. The table it is on (the system this fan is in sits on this above said table) shakes a little when the system is on, but that is probably because the table is really old (more than 30+ years).
Other Thoughts: What this fan was used on.
AMD Athlon XP 3000+
This fan on the above said E-Machines heatsink
768 MB DDR 333
NVIDIA GeForce2 MX400 32 MB
Lite-ON DVD burner (silver)
Lite-ON CD reader (silver)
Seagate 160 GB ATA
Antec Basiq 350 watt PSU (Dual rail)