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Pros: It's a nice RAM. But sits in the drawer as a spare set of RAM, basic ram.
Cons: I think Newegg is phasing out motherboards suitable for this ram. I will have to move on with the DDR 3 Trident 2400's while I can still get some. Use those for spares to the 64 gigs on 8 sticks on this monster computer.
Other Thoughts: Ram is cheap. Get it. Lots of it.
This Ram? I think it's day has come and gone, but again it is good ram, for spares on a older build. I have been building computers since the days of the famous EDO ram. Remember those?
This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager GT 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFVYGT3A-64GB
Pros: It's a wonderful device. But filled. It sits on the table holding basic nvidia drivers and such so that downloads are limited after a rebuild or new build.
Cons: I must buy bigger sticks. MUCH bigger. A terabyte stick would be awesome.
Im half tempted to try a system build that has this stick as a primary C drive.
Other Thoughts: I have used this stick in the older machines as a windows virtual file years ago. It is fast enough for that sort of work. Back then on a new USB 3 drive.
With these monster computers I don't see the need for that anymore.
What I demand is terabyte or larger. I just bought a 5 terabyte USB 3.0 drive that literally was only a 120 dollars in a store. Why not memory sticks too?
This review is from: eForCity 2 Printer Ink PG-210 CL-211 Compatible with Canon MX340 MX350 MX330
Pros: It was worth a try,.
Cons: Stay with retail OEM Inks. Properly made for your specific printer. DO not try these generic inks... I don't know why I bought the dang thing anymore But I will not be buying anymore of these. I don't care if I have to pay 50 bucks for retail ink. I do bulk printing at the college library to conserve it.
Other Thoughts: It was worth a try. Im known to try anything once.READ FULL REVIEW