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Pros: -Small yet spacious.
Cons: -Airflow could be better.
Other Thoughts: This case is a beauty. One might have paid top dollar for any of the incredible features this case sports. I upgraded, and I mean UPGRADED, from a Bitfenix M. This baby is $70.00 dollars cheaper and lacks the migraines that come with my previous case. Air flow could be better but I think I'll just remove the drive tray and drill a few 15mm holes in the bottom for another 120mm fan. Don't get me wrong, this baby is nearly flawless in form and function. If you're not raiding 10 hdd's or trying to 4-way crossfire/SLI then this is the case for you!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, lightweight, and dependable.
Cons: It can't do the dishes.
Other Thoughts: So, to all the haters out there:
If it fails, then RMA;
If you need help, call AMD;
If it's "not working", then rethink opening your PC case again.
Too many reviewers are giving this dandy answer to Sandforce'y' horrible ratings. These are mainly POBCAC errors. The R7 is great. Is she small? Yes, and that's a good thing. You don't want to throw everything on your comp into this, just the OS and a few other bits you can't live without. Keep your large files in your cheap HDD.
Other than that, BUY IT! YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.
Pros: Stable, fast, and error free.
Cons: Doesn't make sandwiches?
Other Thoughts: I've used AMD Ram in three builds so far; two for gaming and one for my Mum's HTPC.
These puppies are slick enough to quickly process those lovely large chunks of data that eat away at fps. Moreover, their great for everyday use and haven't failed despite the frequent power outages that we get here in Florida. (Hurricanes,Thunderstorms, poor infrastructure)
Further, I've never had a problem getting their clock to the right speed, which is nice considering that I've slapped them into budget and high end Motherboards.
Finally, RAMDISK is awesome. Can't stress that enough. You're SSD is going to give you a max read of 1GB/s, whereas AMD's Ramdisk can provide up to 4GB/s. Yes, it's been around for awhile and their are free programs available but Radeon does it right.
In sum, great Ram for a great price. Buy it, you won't be disappointed.