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Pros: My prebuilt system came with similar RAM cards of 4 x 2GB = 8GB total, so I replaced them with these Ripjaws cards of 4 x 4GB which maxes out the mobo at 16GB. I picked these cards because they had the same timing and frequency and everything as my old cards. I wanted to make sure they'd be compatible with the mobo since it's a prebuilt system and I don't know what mobo they used.
As a female, I can say these RAM cards are very stylish and pretty in red. :)
I'll update this review if the cards ever fail or have issues.
Cons: none so farREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: runs super-quiet in my machine. I'm even using a slightly lower PSU than what is recommended, but there doesn't seem to be any problems. It's a large card, but it fits in my computer. I've mailed my rebate in so we'll see how that goes.
Cons: None so far. It's a very good card, rebate or otherwise.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: installed this drive alongside my old HDD in my machine. Had no problem cloning the OS from the old HDD to the new SSD using intel's data migration software. Now my computer boots in 20 seconds! I love it!
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I just barely had enough space to fit my OS and programs on the SSD. So if you have a lot of LARGE programs (video editing, software IDEs) you might want to get the next size up in SSD.READ FULL REVIEW