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This RAM handled a stress / torture test with no issues
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for some cheap DDR3 ram, look no further.
I'll post another review, if this RAM starts having issues. So far, I have only been using it for a week.
Pros: Easy to install
Supports Sata III
Supports USB 3.0
Has an AM3+ socket
BIOS is easy to navigate
Cons: Lacks PCI 3.0
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for an AMD motherboard, this an excellent choice.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This fan does its job: it keeps my CPU cool. Under a stress test for 30 minutes, the CPU did not go over 50°C -- which is good. The "normal" heat range for my CPU is 50°C to 60°C, with the max being 61°C. Under normal loads, the CPU stays around 30°C (or 86°F).
Cheap! Other aftermarket fans can easily run $40+
Cons: It can be a bit loud, especially at the higher RPMs. If you are looking for a quiet CPU fan, this might not be the fan for you.
If you want a demonstration of just how "loud" it can be, watch this review: http://youtu.be/R7i7xBLClV0?t=3m42s
Other Thoughts: Overall, if you need a cheaper CPU fan to keep your system cool and do not care about how loud it gets, this is a great fan.
As for me, when I get a bit more money, I am planning on upgrading to a quieter CPU fan.
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