Date Joined: 07/15/04
Pros: No problems
Cons: No cons so far, running about a week now
Overall Review: Works great in 10th generation system
Pros: Very fast with cable or with wifi. Easy installation and Windiws 10 installed easily, just had to call Microsoft for activation.
Cons: No cons so far, running about a week now.
Overall Review: Very nice motherboard layer out well!
Pros: This CPU works great with the MSI gaming edge wifi motherboard and the G.Skill memory approved for the motherboard. The instructions were easy to follow and Windows 10 was easy to install, had to call Microsoft to activate. My old 2003 golf game still works in the new system!
Cons: No cons so far, running about 1 week now.
Overall Review: I would definitely recommend this product.
Pros: Since my review on 6/20/08, I installed the Zalman VF 1000 fan and heatsink unit. The card is much quieter, cooler and seems to be evan faster now. Evan on normal settings you can't hear the Zalman fan over the case fans.
Cons: None other than the cost of the Zalman VF 1000.
Overall Review: I am running a Thermaltake VX 4000 case with fans front and rear and one on the side. I have a Ga-x48-DQ6 Gigabyte motherboard with 4 Gig Gskill memory and a Q6600 Quad core CPU. I am running VISTA 32.
Pros: Really keeps the Sapphire HD3870 much cooler than the stock fan and heatsink. It is much quieter evan in normal mode. It also has a Silent mode with evan less noise level.
Cons: It is a bit heavier than the original heatsink but really isn't a con though.
Overall Review: Running a Q6600 quad core CPU on a GA-x48-DQ6 Gigabyte motherboard in a Thermaltake VX4000 case. Using Vista Ultimate 32 bit SP 1 as an operating system. Also using 4 Gig Gskill 1066 memory.
Pros: The 1st card that I received from Newegg was defective and I had to send it back. Newegg sent out a new card as soon as they received the tracking number of the return. The 2nd card works very well and is very fast compared to a HD 2600 xt by Powercolor.
Cons: The only con that I have is that I can hear the fan over the other fans in my case because it runs at a slightly diferent pitch than the rest.
Overall Review: I am running a Thermaltake VX 4000 case with fans front and rear and one on the side. I have a Ga-x48-DQ6 Gigabyte motherboard with 4 Gig Gskill memory and a Q6600 Quad core processor. The OS is Vista 32 SP1.