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Pros: Popped right in and made a noticeable difference vs. my former 6GB sticks. Good memory for older style chipset.
Cons: Expensive for older memory.
Other Thoughts: I bought this in preparation for Fallout 4 which requires 8GB of RAM. This will most likely be the last upgrade for my aging i7-920 on an ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 board before moving to a Skylake build. I have already upgraded the graphics to EVGA Duel Superclocked GTX 770, and a 1TB EVO SSD. I was actually very impressed with the difference these sticks made.. I think my 6GB was a greater bottleneck than I had suspected. And now I'm all ready for Fallout 4.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works without external power. Works on very low power (250 w in my case). Fits in small proprietary Dell Optiplex case.
Cons: It's just not as powerful as a larger card, but you shouldn't be expecting that from this card. Still plays D3 on lower settings 1080p on a computer with a 250w power supply.
Other Thoughts: This is a great card for the money and size. Allows for almost anything to be played on mid level settings.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Killer printer for the price! Photos look great and it prints about twice the speed of my old printer (which was super slow so maybe that's not saying much). One of my favorite things about this printer is that it prints both sides without me having to flip the paper. Can't beat the price. I did the research and checked this myself. This is THE printer to get for around $100.
Cons: Ink price?... Where is this NOT going to be the case. Don't really like the shape, but the footprint is smaller than expected considering it holds TWO types of paper at the same time.
Other Thoughts: I did a lot of research and have always been happy with my Ep***, but I am super impressed with this Canon.READ FULL REVIEW