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Pros: Super inexpensive.
Runs like a champ.
My OS boots from POST to log-in in around ~9 seconds. Not the most amazing thing ever, but for the cost, this thing is pretty good.
Cons: No cons here.
Other Thoughts: Make sure your mobo supports M.2 SATA III. Mine didn't, I had to get an adapter. My mobo would NOT recognize this drive at ALL plugged into the M.2 slot. It's an Asus Z97-A. From what I've been able to gather online, any Z97 chipset board from any brand has very similar problems.
Not a con, definitely not this SSD's fault. Just a buyer beware for you. Again, great purchase.
Pros: Wow I love this monitor. Crisp, quite glare-resistant, cool little joystick control for maneuvering the menu. All-in-all, very good investment. For $200 it was a no-brainer. Just wish a single GTX970 would support 3 of these. Something to look forward to down the road.
Other Thoughts: It is quite adjustable angle-wise. Refreshing after my last (albeit, good) monitor had zero adjustability.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great memory, my mobo has it at 1866 without tweaking a single setting (Asus Z97-A).
Performs well. I was a bit skeptical due to the low cost, but it's good stuff.
Cons: None. No need to have anything above 1400mhz in real-world applications (including gaming). Anything above is simply another notch on the benchmark belt.READ FULL REVIEW