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Pros: - Works with almost any modern motherboard straight out of the box.
- The memory speed and bandwidth default (1600;4gb2x2) is plenty to game on Minecraft, Kerbal Space Program, League of Legends, Diablo III, BF3, BF4, all with maxed out graphical settings.
- Looks fancy (a pro for those who like their computer to look spiffy).
- Can be overclocked, and you are able to adjust timings, if needed.
Cons: - Is not free.
- Will not call you back after a late-night date at Red Lobster.
Other Thoughts: Good ram. Solid price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -7970 PCB = 7950 price,7970 quality
-Overclocks like a monster with Twin Frozr III air cooling.
-Runs very cool, even under extremely heavy and persistent workload.
Cons: I'm very picky, and honestly cannot think of any cons worth mentioning.READ FULL REVIEW
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I've owned this for nearly a year now, without a single problem. No noise, no hiccups, no data corruption, nothing.
I regularly abuse this Drive, as it runs, and runs hard, for 10+ hours on most days.
7,200 RPM makes loading times wonderful. Glad I didn't spent extra money on a 10,000rpm Drive, when this is more than what I need.
Not a single problem with the drive yet. It's going, and going strong.
Cons: I honestly can't think of a single one, and I'm a pretty critical person when it comes to tech.
Perhaps some other people have had issues with DOAs and dead Drives after only a few months- but I've been pounding this Drive into the dirt, day after day, for almost a year, with not a single problem.
Other Thoughts: I'm a HEAVY USER, and by that I mean; I REALLY put the computer to work, for 10+ hours per day. High res gaming, LOTS of file moving, installing, uninstalling, rendering, flashing, etc etc etc. I REALLY abuse the computer.
I use this Drive as my primary, for Windows 7, and data storage on a medium-end gaming/work computer that I built.
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