Date Joined: 07/30/04
Pros: Fast, Great price too! I had OCZ Platium Rev. 2 in my PC before this RAM which were good. But, these gave me more overclocking headroom on my Brisbane x2 3600 using less volts 2.0 vs 2.2 and I was able to use tighter timimgs. Oh yeah.
Overall Review: I was worried about other reviews saying the ram was real hot and I thought I might not like the lights, No problems here, just warm to the touch after some heavy gaming.(I have good airflow/fans in my case). Also after seeing this ram installed in my case, the leds look cool!
Pros: Sides are metal, seems to dissipate the heat. Easy to install drive. ON/Off switch in the back is a plus. Good price.
Cons: Middle part of enclosure is plastic. USB cable is short, Ok if you have it right next to your PC.
Pros: AMD 3600 X2 brisbane about 5 degrees cooler than with the stock heatsink. Comes with thermal paste pre-applied, fairly easy install. Quiet but Big.
Cons: Paid alot more than current price AR.
Pros: Moves a good amount of air, Fairly quiet.
Overall Review: Would buy again, can't beat it for the price, works great.
Pros: Blows a good amount of air, Quiet as an exhaust fan.
Overall Review: I am using the 3 pin connector, Tried it blowing air into the case and fan is noticeably louder with slight whine, may just be my case design. My fan speed is showing up around 2000 RPM.
Pros: No problems,Great Drive-Quiet,Fast,Lightscribe's a plus. A little more space in my case. It's smaller in size than my old
NEC 2550 that its replacing.
Cons: None to mention
Overall Review: As you can see there's a bunch of reviews on this drive most of them great, why did so many buy? because its a great burner. You can't please everyone most of the time, so just buy it.
Pros: Good price for dual core. Great that it comes with heatsink,fan, and 3 yr warranty-I don't plan to overclock. Easy install, Fast cpu.
Cons: None really-although,It's cheaper in price now. That's just how tech works.
Overall Review: I was having the same overheating issue (mine showing 70*C and shuting down my PC) that I see others posting. I knew the temp was wrong because the heatsink was barely warm to the touch. I verfied low temps using CxxxTemp software. I have a Biostar Tforce 6100 board and they just released a bios upgrade that supports the 65nm cores. Like magic, running cool has not gone above 43*C. Definitely needs a motherboard that supports Brisbanes. Fast delivery and great customer service--Thanks Newegg.