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Pros: -Full back plate
-3 silent fans
-0db operation in normal use
-50% faster than my gtx 780 asus dcu2
-only $20 more than reference design
-cool 30c idle temps (no fans on)
Cons: -sold out
-no metal gear solid V coupon
Other Thoughts: I upgraded to play 4k games at decent settings. This card is a clear winner. glad I got this on back order. $670 at the time of review. 8 13 15READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Naga Molten MMO PC Gaming Mouse
Pros: very good for mmos
Cons: it seems the latest drives corrupt the function of the mouse the left mouse button double clicks.
Other Thoughts: happened 2 months ago, it seems like they are wanting us to upgrade to the new naga by corrupting our nagas we have nowREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Running these modules at stock voltage (1.5v)
Timings = 184.108.40.206.39-1T - Unganged @ 1894mhz
NB & HT running at just over 2430mhz.
Throughput is 15156mb/s in system memory benchmarks at this setting... I have no complaints whatsoever.
This is just a simple overclock that I've not messed around with more than five minutes. So, take that as you will as to the performance of these modules.
Cons: Pros-More pros before bros
Other Thoughts: Reading these reviews makes me cringe. ALL memory above 1333mhz must be manually setup in BIOS. This is due to the limitations of different CPU's and motherboard manufacturers. It defaults to a lower speed and default timing so that your system will boot up. You can then input the correct timings and voltage that the manufacturer recommends for the specific modules.
If you want to grab these modules, you WILL have to set the timings manually.
Go into bios, set the speed to 1866mhz
go to the timings tab, enter the timings manually
CL - 9 clocks
tRCD - 10 clocks
tRP - 9
tRAS - 28
tRC - 39
Leave the other settings alone.
Go back to DRAM voltage and input the voltage for the modules 1.5v
Save and Exit bios.
If computer doesn't boot, or is unstable refer to G. Skill Tech Support.
In addition, depending on your CPU, you may need to raise the CPU-NB Voltage to stabilize the high frequency. Not all CPUs can natively support DDR3-1600+.
Hope this Helps. Highly recomm