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Pros: It's 32GB of quad channel 2133 RAM. Speaks for itself.
I've had it for about 3 months, no performance issues. All four sticks worked perfectly out of the box.
If you care about that sort of thing, it certainly looks impressive enough. Good pick for a builder who likes to show off the parts.
Cons: Bizarrely, BIOS detects it at 1333, but it not only runs at 2133, it's quite tolerant of overclocking. If it works it works, just one of those things that could stress you out when you see it.
Other Thoughts: Performance is 5/5, zero complaints there. I would have maybe blamed my BIOS for the detection error but I see even from these reviews that the exact same thing happens to others as well. It's nothing to discourage you from choosing this, though, this is absolutely a good value for this much memory.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AZiO BTD-V201 Micro Bluetooth Adapter USB 2.0
Pros: - Works with no hiccups
- Installed easily, drivers are available online if no optical
- Apparently works fine with 8.1 using Windows 7 drivers
- Cheap and unobtrusive
Cons: - None
Other Thoughts: Had never heard of this company but it got great reviews. Turns out the reviews are right, works like a charm. Using DualShock 4 with it just fine.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Extremely powerful, especially when overclocked
- Powerful cooling straight out of the box
- Dual BIOS
- Very easy to overclock
Cons: - None, unless it's the size
Other Thoughts: Overclock exceeds stock on a Titan! Price-per-performance, this is the high end card to have. A couple options may have more raw power, but this card, alone or in SLI, will keep you satisfied.READ FULL REVIEW