Date Joined: 11/13/05
Pros: Moderately overclockable, which is all I wanted. I was able to get these up to 1866 10-10-10-28-2T, however, I run them at 1600 8-9-8-1T. I've found that on my setup I get better benchmark scores (AIDA64) at the 1600 settings with tighter timings, especially the 1T. Oh, the 1866 was done at stock 1.5v, & the 1600 is undervolted to 1.4v. And it's 100% stable (in use & 48 hours of memtest86+). I had some blue screens while I was running at 1866, but I believe that was related to a too-low undervolting of my CPU I was also running at the time.
Low heat spreaders make this easier to have in your case without getting in the way compared to some of the ones with gargantuan spreaders.
Overall Review: Asrock A75 Pro4/MVP
32 GB of this RAM
Pros: Does all need it to: Blu-Ray, DVD, CD burning at decent speeds, Lightscribe. It came with a software disc including Cyberlink Power DVD & some other fluff.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: These work perfectly for their designed task.
Pros: Stunning case: looks, quietness, ergonomics, features. SSD mounting behind the motherboard mount plate is inspired & very handy, removable HDD rack is cool. Very well-constructed.
Cons: None whatsoever.
Overall Review: Was bigger than I imagined, which is great: lots of room for huge CPU coolers & plenty of airflow.