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Pros: Runs everything you throw at it with 0 problems
Cons: I have a burn spot on mine. Its about the size of a dime. The video card still works great but obviously im worried. Ive had it for about 4 months. I have all EVGA cards and never had this problem. I would not hesitate to buy another.
Other Thoughts: Maybe manufacturer will chime in and replace it for free?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Its a ssd so if your buying one you know they all work pretty quick. This one was no different and very fast.
Cons: So ive had it for about 4 months now i think and its starting not to be recognized by my PC. The only way i can get it to reconnect is to keep restarting in the hope it will eventually connect. It does to after very random amount of times. From once to up to a bunch of times. Obviously a sign of a failing drive. I have 13 PC's all with Kingston hyperx 240's in em and they hum along no problem for the last 1.5 years. Im so dissappointed in this SSD. The first time i stray away from what works and i buy a poor product.
Other Thoughts: Expected so much more from a company like Corsair. This drive will hurt their reputation.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Its a fast CPU with stock settings thats why i gave it 3 eggs. But the K model that I have doesnt like to OC.
Cons: Cant get a stable clock over 4.2 GHz. It will clock to 4.4 but wont run anything at that speed without the bsod. Ive tried everything i can come up with or google.
Other Thoughts: windows 7 64bit
MSI Z87 M Power Max
G.SKILL Trident X Series DDR3 2666 (i have tuned down to 1866 to try and get my desired clock speed)
EVGA GTX 760 SC
Corsair 800w PS
My nephew runs an i73770k and consistently out benches me. He has an MSI Z77-GD65, same VC, GSkill sniper series 2400 RAM 800W supply etc.
I built them both. One considerably less money than the other.
I wish i could talk to someone with similar setup.