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Pros: Worked well in a Gigabyte AM1 motherboard, got slightly higher Passmark scores than some Gskill modules I tried.
Cons: Did not work on a couple yr old GB FM2 motherboard.
Other Thoughts: I always recommend people look @ there motherboard memory support list and buy accordingly. If I was building a generic workstation I would buy Kingston every time for hassle free service. I more often buy Gskill for XMP and try to squeeze a few more FPS out on gaming builds but I'm cheap. For $32 for 8gb I figured it would work on 1 of the 5 computers I have laying around. It worked on 2 out of 3 and I don't think PNY was listed at all as a supported memory vendor. It's still $3 cheaper than the Gskill I was looking at, worth a shot.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: none so far
Other Thoughts: It was an inexpensive card, looking to upgrade onboard gpu. Does what it's supposed to. Nvidia cards for me have been less buggy for drivers and plays well with most motherboards.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's pretty quick on an ASRock AM1H-ITX . Seems to multi task pretty well.
Cons: Well you can call me cheap but it's not cheap. The cpu + mobo cost me more than $90 which kinda threw the whole idea of a AM1 low cost thing out the window. For comparison sakes, I purchased a ASRock D1800M for like $54 last year which was an all in 1 solution.
Other Thoughts: It's super small. I was going to get the BIOSTAR A68N-5000 for $60 but decided to go this route. For home work or general purpose it is great. If the whole thing cost me like $70 I would have gave it 5 eggs. Newegg is the BEST !READ FULL REVIEW