One of the two failed after 4 months.9/3/2020 7:59:20 PM

Pros: Fast..DDR 4000......what more to say?

Cons: One one the simms failed after just 4 months, thats an expensive failure as i was only using for 2 to 3 hours a week...yes, only about 50 hours of use...pathetic.

Overall Review: Not worth the risk, better slower and longer living.

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. Hi Dark We are sorry to hear a module failed so soon. Unfortunately, DRAM error and defect can be very random. It is possible for them to quickly become defective such as within one week, but most times they never do, which is why we are confident in offering a manufacturer lifetime guarantee. Any time a module does not perform like new, send them in for RMA exchange and we will gladly exchange them with ones that will. Should you have any questions or need help with set up, please contact us directly for assistance. Thank you for choosing G.SKILL Quality and customer service are our top priorities. To check or report a technical problem, please visit the Official G.Skill Technical Forum: https://www.gskill.us/forum Tech Support Email: ustech@gskillusa.com RMA Dept Email: rma@gskillusa.com
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6 billionth review....it goes like a hummingbird on redbull...what evlse needs explaining?3/23/2018 6:12:59 AM

Pros: Its fast, very fast, I feel like installing windows 3.11 and designworks just to see it in its glorious blur.

Cons: Well thanks to intel for that one, the patch for the mess loses you what could be 10%, the only benefit is it takes the same away from all the other intel's so it stays on top of the heap. Fix your chips thermals too...my machine can handle it (air 740 with 7 ml120 fans) but why should anyone even have to think of delidding to get the temps down?...you're intel, you should have that rule number one owned.

Overall Review: It is fast, with a setup made to match it and cooling to keep the second rate thermal paste under the lid working it does what it says on the box, I can max out the graphics on any game and run nicely at 144mhz, it is the gamers chip of choice but mine is a render hound too...it was chosen for both purposes, there are better render cpu's but they suffer badly when asked for game duty. It intel can fix its bugs and frankly pathetic thermals that would be nice, maybe even keep the warrantee going when we need to de lid it to bring it to real speed but we all know that wont happen...its sad that a tech company would be so lax at almost the most simple of tasks....I know it was rushed to market thanks to AMD and it ryzens but that's no excuse to give a cheap paste thermal...that for the want of something decent could take 20% off the max and for an 8700k it would have been nice.

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Whenever you can get a gtx 1080ti for under $1000 its a great deal...welllllll...its better then over $10003/23/2018 5:59:11 AM

Pros: It's a 1080ti, it goes like a hummingbird on redbull, nuff said.

Cons: Like every other Gamer on the planet, its overpriced, not by the retailers but by the cryo hounds...yes, I'd love it to have been $600 but what's the point of a speedy card if you wait one year for the price to fall?.

Overall Review: This does what it says on the box, there is zero bottleneck on it, my dell 27" 144mhs, 1ms monitor can handle it maxed out and spine tingling quality..Thankfully I didn't mind the white/yellow cover as my system was always going to have a few colors in it. it is going to be a render hound and perhaps a couple of games but I have a ps4p for most of that...but it might also see some VR/IR in the future too and perhaps a second and third dell 2716 monitor (when needs must).

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