Joined on 06/04/08
Solid cheap ddr3
Pros: Got it for $29.99. Very small and fit easily under the heat sink of the Hyper 212+
Overall Review: I got this on sale. I simply purchased the cheapest DDR3 1.5v RAM I could get at the time. Works wonderfully thus far, though I wouldn't hesitate to choose a different RAM if it were cheaper.
Great Card For the Price
Pros: Maxes out Skyrim, easily overclockable (and stable),incredibly low power consumption, only needs one 6 pin PCI-E connector.
Overall Review: This card overclocks like a champ to the max 1050/1400. No reason to spend the extra $10-$30 to get a factory overclocked edition. Remains quite cool. This is a short card, much smaller than the 6950s are. Until the lower end 600 series comes out, this is probably the best bang for your buck which can max out the latest games. i5-2500k w/ Hyper 212+ 2x4gb Crucial Ballistix RAM Sapphire 7850 Antec 900 Rosewill Hive 650w Modular
Pros: Semi-modular. Has the 20+4 and 4+4 permanently connected. Cables are nice and long, didn't need any extenders to fit in an Antec 900 with a AsRock Extreme3 Gen3 mobo. Came with all cables described (date: April 6 2012). Got it for 40% off.
Overall Review: This is an ideal PSU for cases that have terrible cable management like the Antec 900. Possibly the cheapest 80+ Bronze certified semi-modular PSU on the market than can handle gaming rigs. My rig: i5-2500k w/ Hyper 212+ AsRock Extreme3 Gen3 7850 2x4gb Crucial Ballistix Antec 900