Pros: Another great purchase from NewEgg. Can't go wrong with Corsair XMS! Made running Vista on my media center PC all that much easier, the performance increases are simply amazing.
Cons: None, period.
Overall Review: Can never have too much RAM...
Pros: It is a great product bought 2 sticks about 2 years ago and just ordered a third
Overall Review: Stick with corsair
Pros: This RAM is quite fast for (DDR 400). I've always noticed a considerable difference when moving up from (DDR 333) ram. It also has a good compatibility record with most motherboards.
Pros: I will let you know
Cons: I recieved a DOA stick. I couldn't even POST my computer with it in there.
Pros: 2 Modules (based on twinx) will run CAS 2.5; tRCD/tRAS 3; tRRD/tWR/tWTR/tRTW 2; tRAS 5; tRC 7; tRFC 9, CMD 1T. 32M Super Pi on 754 A64 @ 2.4GHz in 33m 37s
3 Modules (added this module) will run CAS 2.5; tRCD/tRAS 3; tRRD/tWR/tWTR/tRTW 2; tRAS 5; tRC 7; tRFC 9, CMD 2T. 32M Super Pi on 754 A64 @ 2.4GHz in 35m 51s
~ only change was CMD rate to 2T for 3 modules
Cons: Cost... but it's a fluctuating market with memory.
Overall Review: I purchased a pair of these modules (twinx512-3200C2PT) over two years ago when building my first Athlon64 system. I picked up this module to fill the third dimm slot on my board (Abit KV8-MAX3) so all the modules would be nearly identical.
Pros: Works for me. Comes with heat sink.
Cons: My particular MB did not auto config the timing, but I did set it to 2-3-3-6 manually.
Pros: This is the second stick of this RAM that I've purchased. I am still exceedingly pleased with how well it performs.
Overall Review: I'm not sure the heatspreaders are completely necessary in a "normal"-operating computer, but it still looks cool.
Pros: Great memory, had it for over 2 years running 2-3-3-6 1t at 200mhz @ 2.7v in dual channel (2x512).
Overall Review: To the person who wrote Corsair Has Problems, this memory will auto detect at 3-3-3-8, which means you have to set the timings correctly in the bios, it's no big deal.