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Pros: Unigine Valley Benchmark Score of 2034 with 2560x1080 8xAA resolution max frames @ 89.4 (score of 2453 at 1080p 8xAA) Simply very powerful.
Cons: Fans kick in kind of late and stay on a bit longer than necessary. So monitor temp when you plan to game for more than a few hours.
Other Thoughts: I have two in SLi along with a GTX 550ti dedicated to physics. Might even take out the 550ti to add a third, in the future...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: CAS 7.
Extremely quick response and ability to boost timing and over all system bandwidth.
Just as fast as 2300s @ CAS 10+.
Will operate at 1.5v if necessary.
Cons: The all metal solid aluminium heatsink is beautiful but also heavy.
Other Thoughts: You can overclock it but really not necessary. however, if you do chose to OC this memory can take a beating.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Hydro Series H80i High Performance Water/Liquid CPU Cooler. 120mm
Pros: All-in-one design makes it easy to install. Back plates and accessories are good. Magnetic hinge works well when installing vertically. Automatically revs up based on custom settings or mobo settings. Does its job. maintained a temperate 38~40*C at 100% with my OC i7 during about 1 1/2 hours of performance testing.
Cons: Space taker. Plan ahead, plan accordingly. I can see this being a headache for those who do not have a full tower case. Its best installed with both fans and since the length is not that long It will more than likely be installed on the back of the case. In tight installs you may want to go with one fan outside the case and one fan on the radiator. Make sure you mount the pump first and connect all wires... space maybe limited once the radiator is installed.
Other Thoughts: My next build I'll be using two of these. Its best to plan out the install and also take time in setting up Corsair Link.READ FULL REVIEW