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This review is from: CORSAIR CX series CX500 500W 80 PLUS BRONZE Active PFC ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply
Pros: Very well made!
Very professional looking!
Cons: Its Corsair how could there be a con!
Other Thoughts: I have ordered a ton of these in the past 6 months and have not thought twice about it! This is a top notch power supply and I will keep ordering them as long as they keep making them!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The card looks well built.
Good video quality.
Cons: This card can't support 3 displays like it says on AMD's website.
Other Thoughts: I have never bought something that did not have reviews before. I thought AMD says it can do 3 monitors so I went for it. Well guess what it can't! I was highly disappointed. The only reason this gets 3 is because other than only supporting 2 monitors its a good card. Hard to say if I will order MSI again this is the 2nd MSI card I have had and both have been a big disappointment to me. Good quality but lacking in the "modern" part. I thought by now 3 monitors on all new Video cards would be standard.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I was very surprised to see what a boost the computers received after installing this RAM.
Nice easy install.
Cons: I liked and disliked how it was packaged. It was in there good and tight but that made it hard to get out and I am afraid of breaking it.
Not really a con but as someone else said in their review its Green and not Blue.
Other Thoughts: I was having issues in the very 1st computer I tried. A Acer Veriton M460. I thought the RAM was bad but soon found out the computer does not like 4GB of RAM I had someone else look at it and something in the OS is making it very unstable. I tried another Acer Veriton M460 and it worked great! I was amazed when I looked at how well the computer was running! Before the upgrade the computers were doing 100% disk almost constantly making the computer very slow. I was told I had to do something so I decided to go with a RAM upgrade. It was the only option. I had a lot with just 1GB running Windows 8.1 and just a couple running 2GB my first thought was how could 2GB or 3GB make that much of a difference 2GB were running just as bad at 1GB but I was completely shocked at the change. I pulled up Task Manager and saw the hard drive at 100% but the RAM percent was increasing then the hard drive was decreasing rapidly the computer just started having the RAM do all of the work and not the Hard Drive. The computer then ran like a brand new computer! This was my first time working with G.SKILL DDR2 RAM and I am very pleased and will highly recommend!READ FULL REVIEW