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Pros: It's Corsair...enough said.
Cons: A little over 4 months in, one stick flat lined. System crashed while preforming a virus scan and wouldn't reboot, had some system glitches that led me to do the scan and it ended up being one of the sticks in the set that was causing the problems. System is still cranking strong only two sticks, I just have to lighten the load on it a bit.
Other Thoughts: I've run Corsair memory in most of my builds over the years and this is my first and only problem and won't keep me from going Corsair again, the odds finally caught up with me...hopefully the RMA process will be painless.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very quiet... Gaming with an i7-8320 and two HD-7950's full tilt settings and I have to check the fan to make sure it's spinning. Connectors all fit snug, none loose...a big+!
Cons: Cables are very stiff (not really a con). Take your time routing and shaping them BEFORE you connect them, you'll avoid breaking mobo and GPU connectors... they WILL hold their shape when done.
Other Thoughts: Running :
2/ D5 vario pumps
mem, fans, lighting, drives etc...
...All, no problemo!
Pros: Price, Price, Price. Cards arrived in great shape and both run like champs.
Cons: Had to tighten a few screw on the back plate of one of the two cards i got...not a big deal, but worthy of an egg.
Other Thoughts: I replaced a HD 7950 to QuadFire in another machine with these and noticed my CPU usage dropped dramatically on my i5 2500k on my older title games at full settings. While your not going to run full tilt settings on the latest and greatest games, two of these will run older games incredibly. For the price you can't beat them. Not to mention that many games run DirectX 9 and these come with 10.1...it was a no brainer when I saw them.READ FULL REVIEW