Joined on 03/05/11
Pros: Awesome performance! I've always stuck with Cooler master fans, but decided to try these on my 360x120 rad and also on my 120x120 rad. Let me tell you what a big difference in cooling. Between my I5 2550k and my 2 560 ti's temp difference has dropped 5 degrees. I'm pushing my CPU @ 4.5GHz @ 45 degrees full load and my 2 560 ti never get above 35 degrees under full load.
Overall Review: Corsair has come along way with cooling and I know it will just keep getting better!
Pros: Awesome Ram! After seeing an updated QVL for my Sabertooth P67 I had to give it a try and I wasnt let down. If your MB supports it and you dont want to shell out big bucks for faster or more GB's I suggest this upgrade.
Cons: The usaual MB not seeing it right off the bat. I had to put in XMP profile and then set the timings. Easy Stuff!!
Pros: Very nice chip for the price compared to Intel products. I have put this chip threw alot of stability tests y-cruncher, prime95 etc.. and it want quit! I have this thing OCed @ 4.6GHz @ 1.40250v and running @ 57 C on full load. I would not suggest pushing this CPU to this degree unless you are using a really good all in one H2O cooler or custom water loop. I will be trying for a higher clock once I have added another rad and a faster pump to my set up.
Overall Review: CoolerMaster 932 Advance Full Case ASUS 990FX Sabertooth MOBO CORSAIR 16GB 1600MHZ CoolerMaster 1200w PSU 2 EVGA 450's SLIed 1 CORSAIR SSD 6G 120G for OS and WOW 2 WD 500G Drives in Raid 0 XSPC custom water loop 1 Dual Rez / Pump Combo 1 Dual Rad with 4 120mm Fans in Push-Pull setup 1 XSPC Water Block FESER UV Coolant