Joined on 06/11/07
Pros: 2 GBs of RAM in one stick; easy install, works great, arrived quickly. Fair price.
Cons: Plastic packaging was hard to open :)
Overall Review: Make sure your system can recognize all the RAM you are planning to hook it up with: some OS/chipset combination don't support more than 3-3,5 GBs, so if you have enough slots (say, 4) - I'd go with cheaper 1 GB sticks sets.
Best in class
Pros: Fast and cheapest in class, I had to compare quite a few Radeons with it, and with relatively same specs it still was at least 50 cheaper and as fast (prove me wrong if you have tests at hand). Runs 40-person multiplayer CoD4 on 1680x1050 all settings highest with no problem as well as other up-to-date games, Crysis is somewhat slow, but highly playable (20-40 fps on 1280x1024 all medium with 4xAA), but it's probably the only game you'll need a monster system for :) Mine is Dell's Pentium D 3.0 GHZ dual core, upgraded with 3 GBs of 667 RAM. Doesn't require additional slot (issue with my Dell case).
Cons: Your regular power supply might not be enough - make sure to check before buying (I run 650W single card set up).
Overall Review: Manual says it's core clocks at 650, while listing on Newegg was saying 700, I had to get software to check the actual speed, and it was higher than 700 (715 or so).
Pros: Easy install, cool looking, lots of nicely separated cables (even too many for my current set up :), 4 SATA, SLI ready. Blue light is very cool looking, runs silent. Fast delivery (should I even mention that? :)
Cons: No screws supplied, no manual - not a problem, but would be nice to have.
Overall Review: Would try for a SLI system, but would go for a more W model. Really like the brand already :)
Pros: Runs F.E.A.R. and World of Warcraft and all setting maxed out at a very high FPS on 1600x1080 resolution (see PC specs below). Didn't need an extra upper slot available for a fan - an issue with my current tower, which doesn't have anything above PCI-E slot (just got a new desktop from DELL, as I needed something uber-fast, as my old 3.5 y/o PC crashed beyond repair), I think the only higher-end videocard which doesn't require two slots (I was looking around exclusively for NVidia, as I'm with them since 1998). Not expensive + rebate, fast delivery.
Cons: Out of stock at the moment :(
Overall Review: Had to buy a new power supply (thanks again, NE ;), need to try newer pre-DX10 games. Fan gets noisy sometimes, but you won't hear it, unless you play with no sound at all :) Runs silently when I'm not playing. System: DELL Dimension E520 with Pentium D DC925 @ 3 MHz/800FSB, 3 GB DDR2-667, 22" DELL panel + whatever tower came with.