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Pros: Awesome memory! It is presently running at 940MHz at 2.1V, 5-5-5-14 timings behind my Intel Q6600 processsor on an nVidia 680i chipset motherboard.
Cons: Hmm.....none. Maybe they could have sent me a cool tee shirt or something(?)
Other Thoughts: Buy this RAM! It loves to OC!!!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: XFX MDA72P7509 AM2+/AM2 NVIDIA nForce 750a SLI HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: The FIRST board I've ever had that fired up first time with zero hassles. Very easy to use BIOS, all OC settings located under "justWOOT!" label in BIOS. Currently running with a 5000+ X2 Black Edition at 3.0GHz, will upgrade to Phenom II once the 95W models arrive.
Cons: Really guys, who in the heck wrote the BIOS? LOL It has to consist of the absolute worst english ever! When I want a good laugh I hit the delete key and try to translate.
Other Thoughts: One of the easiest to set up boards I've ever encountered. It just works. I did yank the heatsink off the northbridge/MOSFET and lap prior to use, as it was horribly rough from the factory. With a few dabs of Arctic Silver, a little patience leads to cooler temps.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: OCZ Fatal1ty Edition 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory (The Official Memory of the Championship Gaming Series) Model OCZ2F10662GK
Pros: Cheap price
Cons: Everything else. Will not function at 1066 MHz no matter what. I've tried different voltages, different timngs, and it just won't work. I'm presently running it at 866MHz with no problem. One of the sticks was faulty from the factory and registers at .7 gigs instead of 1 gig.
Other Thoughts: OCZ usually has great products. I HIGHLY recommend the OCZ Platinum line of memory, as well as their line of power supplies. But the FATAL1TY line of memory should be taken off the market if mine is typical of the product.READ FULL REVIEW