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Pros: Usually have very good results with GSkill
Cons: One of the two sticks was dead
Other Thoughts: I returned them and received a new set. I wouldn't call it quick, but good enough. Customer service is pretty good.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I received the replacement unit quickly and it reads perfect voltage across the board, albeit just slightly under as I previously mentioned. The replacement came in an unmarked box, well wrapped, but had no refurbished sticker and appears to be new.
Cons: This has great specs but the wire gauge is just a hair too thin, but still workable. -half egg
Also the replacement unit I received has a shorter ATX connector which will not reach the HP Micro Server motherboard without an extension. It's about 1.5" too short. - half egg
Also, this unit has only 3 molex connectors, the HP requires 4, but I have an extra y-splitter laying around and I'm not installing all four drives, so no big deal.
It reads perfect voltage across the board, albeit just slightly under as I previously mentioned. -half egg
Other Thoughts: I don't like having to buy an ATX extension, but maybe it's just this one. Maybe it is a refurb? It sure looks like new.
As usual, dealing with Newegg is easy.
Pros: I bought a scratch and dent GX620 in 2005 from the Dell Outlet store. (it had a very slight scratch on the top panel) I added some RAM, upgraded the drive and my wife ran it 24/7 until Jan. 2013, when I sold it to someone else who is now also enjoying it.
The removable top panel is reinforced to carry the weight of a monitor.
Cons: It's slow. Don't get me wrong, It handled Win XP and Office 2003 ok. Mine had a socket 775 Prescott Pentium 4 w/ 3.00 GHz and H-T, SATA 2, 4GB of Crucial DDR2 and a UPS attached to it at all times. The technology is dated. There's a good technology review posted below this one.
Other Thoughts: My review is based on the PC, not the seller.
My only regret was that the GX620 chipset would not support the Core2 socket 775 processors.