Date Joined: 11/08/04
Pros: Great memory for the price
Cons: See Other Thoughts
Overall Review: Just an FYI to people that buy this memory. I have an Asrock P67 board. For some reason it kept setting this memory to 1333mhz (I have the 1600mhz version) and the voltage to 1.65v. I have a sandy bridge CPU (i5-2500k) and it did not like 1.65v. Make sure you set it to 1.5 volts and force it to 1600mhz in the bios. After that, no more memory errors in Windows or blue screens of death. Just an FYI
Pros: Great design. Love the front face features
Cons: None at all. Although I did have to take the one side off to hook up the back 120mm fan. Not sure why they didn't provide a longer cable like they did with the others and run it down by where the PSU would be.
Pros: Huge screen. Easy to read. Excellent at updating. Make sure you go on their website and register your product so you can get a firmware update and a free mappack update.
Cons: When we got into the center of Chicago, the buildings started blocking the signal so the thing went nuts with directions. I think that's with all GPS though.
Pros: Fits perfectly in my ears. No soreness after sitting in my ear for awhile. Excellent sound.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: So far it's a great PSU. I had to switch to a different PSU after I upgraded my video card and needed different power cables. The detachable cables really helped clean up my case. I have a full tower and all the cables reached fine.
Cons: None so far but I have only owned it for a month or so now. My old OCZ 470W Powerstream lasted me 6 years (and still works today). I hope this one can run the same.
Pros: Excellent motherboard. Make sure you update to the latest bios (this is usual practice). My thermalright xp-120 cpu cooler even fits on it.
Pros: Great speed for the price.
Pros: Great speed. Lots of space for the price. 32MB Cache. 3.0Gb/s rate
Cons: Remember to remove the jumper to get the 3.0Gb/s rate. For some reason they have a jumper on their to keep it at 1.5Gb/s. You have to take it off to get the 3.0.
Also, it is a little noisey at times. But for the price, you can't complain.
Pros: Gave me a couple bars in strength and quality. Nothing HUGE. But then again, I am pretty far away from my router and I have a lot of walls and radio interference between me and it. So I would say that is pretty good considering the obstacles it has to go through to get a good signal. Worth 20 bucks.
Cons: None so far. If it was a miracle antenna, then I would have got full bars instead of my usual 3 or 4. Now I get 5 or 6. Good enough for me.
Comments: BEST GAME EVER!
But its a resource hog so you better have the machine to back it up.