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4 / 8 / 16 / 32 / 64G GB USB 2.0 Metal Flash Memory Stick Storage Thumb Pen Drive U Disk Ring
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: I bought two of these for my CPU Thermalright True Spirit 140 Power heatsink and I have to say they moves some air more fins on the rotor axle great RPM for less noise for quite of air that moves. Wish it had three more like fins tuck under one from another fins for extra blades ;)

Cons: Yeah I found a few. I didn't get the other two color of the rubber mounted that you can switch colors on. But it ok it black.

Other Thoughts: It would be great if you got a rads and this moves some air with some fan controller.

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G.SKILL Value 16GB (4 x 4GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2400 (PC4-19200) Desktop Memory Model F4-2400C15Q-16GNT
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Great stable Single sided G Skills memory. I think these SK Hynix or Samsung I am not sure on the ICS. Booted up with no problems on the ASUS X-99-E WS motherboard

Stay cools and no heatsink needed. Don't overclock these to 2666 not worth it get warm. Just set it 2400 and set your 36 latency to 35 and keep them at voltage at 1.2

Cons: none.. Beside the price is little to high.

Other Thoughts: My system

CPU : Intel Xeon 1650 V3
Motherboard : ASUS X99-E WS
Memory : 16 GB G.skill DDR4-2400 no heat sink
But will add another or get G skill DDR4-3200 for an upgrade soon.
Video card : 2x NVidia 780 GTX TI overclocked to 954mhz and 1866mhz memory no turbo boost.
PSU : Corsair 1200 watts power supplies.
Keyboard : Razor Blue LED
Mouse : Razor Blue Deathadder 3.5G
CPU Heatsink : Thermalright True Spirit 140 Power
Case : Rosewill Ultra Black Hawk Super Tower
Blu-Ray : 2x Liteon 12x Blu-ray Brunner
Fan Controller : Lamptron CM615
Sound card: Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D Professional Audio and add the I/O panel on the sound card.
CPU Fan: 2 x CRYORIG 140mm PWM Sytem Fan
CPU thermal paste : Arctic Sliver 5 High density
Heatsink for x99 chipset : 4040 aluminum plate of 1/8 thin. Then 2 3/4" by 2 3/4" long and hight and glued liquidmetal or hard core caulking glue and put the heatsink back on the board for extra cooling

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ASUS X99-E WS LGA 2011-v3 Intel X99 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 CEB Form Factor Intel Motherboard
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  • Owned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Very awesome motherboard. I guess I knew what I was doing or maybe I was lucky pick of a board. What I have done was that I downloaded the bios from the ASUS website 801 BIOS and put it on a empty USB Flash drive. Gone to the motherboard BIOS and went to advance and then tools then went to EZ flash 2 and update the bios first. *Do update your motherboard bios before anything else.*
If you are looking to RAID then go to Advance in the BIOS and go to PCH Storage configuration and set the SATA controller to [RAID Mode] and do put your SSD hard drive in the top 4 SATA slots to RAID Stripe 0 to combined SSD hard drives. Is when you first boot up keep pushing ( Ctrl ) and ( I ) and put it on 64kb or 128kb I likes 64kb more stable and clean writes on your SSD drives. I am not much of a expert on overclocking. I just knew about overclocking the memory rams to DDR4 2400 and put Intel core voltage to manual and put core voltages to 1.081000 and it will go to 1.088V on it own. Then put memory voltage at 1.21000. Turn BIOS post screen logo off. It cool it pick up my USB razor mouse and USB keyboard. I put one video card in before flashing BIOS on the motherboard, I do recommend a 1200 or stronger power supplies. Don't skimp out on cheap power supplies on a good big motherboard workstation..
I dig this board I love it and I am not sure it able to do 4 ways. But SLI working fine. I can't wait to add a Intel Xeon E5- 2687w V3 and some DDR4 3200 speed

Cons: I don't like that fact that the bottom of the memory slots are the type of slots that you have to seat the memory on the bottom first, Then snap the top memory in. I wish the bottom of the memory slots are pin pushed in. *Make sure you memory are seated good* Plus the Bios need able to change multiplier factor and able to change turbo requency for your core and able to change how many cores you can used on the CPU die and few other overclocking ability as well as able to turn your CPU fan header so your BIOS doesn't asked for a Fan when to Post and wanted to bypass this ignoring warning messages on the BIOS.A little disappointed that the last 4 SATA slots doesn't support 10Gb/s SATA and doesn't support RAID just ACHI SATA media storage.

Other Thoughts: My system

CPU : Intel Xeon 1650 V3
Motherboard : ASUS X99-E WS
Memory : 16 GB G.skill DDR4-2400 no heat sink
But will add another or get G skill DDR4-3200 for an upgrade soon.
Video card : 2x NVidia 780 GTX TI overclocked to 954mhz and 1866mhz memory no turbo boost.
PSU : Corsair 1200 watts power supplies.
Keyboard : Razor Blue LED
Mouse : Razor Blue Deathadder 3.5G
CPU Heatsink : Thermalright True Spirit 140 Power
Case : Rosewill Ultra Black Hawk Super Tower
Blu-Ray : 2x Liteon 12x Blu-ray Brunner
Fan Controller : Lamptron CM615
Sound card: Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D Professional Audio and add the I/O panel on the sound card.
CPU Fan: 2 x CRYORIG 140mm PWM Sytem Fan
CPU thermal paste : Arctic Sliver 5 High density
Heatsink for x99 chipset : 4040 aluminum plate of 1/8 thin. Then 2 3/4" by 2 3/4" long and hight and glued liquidmetal or hard core caulking glue and put the heatsink back on the board for extra cooling

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Joshua B.'s Profile

Display Name: Joshua B.

Date Joined: 11/04/04

  • Reviews: 7
  • Helpfulness: 4
  • First Review: 12/20/13
  • Last Review: 01/16/15
  • Most Favorable Review: 5 out of 5 eggs
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