Date Joined: 03/18/04
Pros: -Color is very vivid and bright.
-Many animation options in the software.
-You can sync to the sound playing on your computer which is neat.
Cons: -Modules are too wide and rub together when inserting on my ITX board and bow out a small bit. I think it could end up scratching the metal sides.
-RGB will stay on while your computer sleeps.
-Sticks don't always stay in sync.
-Price is insane even for DDR4.
-Ugly misaligned white stickers that say warranty void if removed. This is the most aesthetically nice ram you can buy and they put unremovable stickers on it.
-One side of each stick is black and one is gunmetal. I think they should have picked one and it would look better.
Overall Review: I'd still buy it again. These are better looking sticks than most even with the lights off - but the lights simply look awesome.
Pros: Looks cool with UV light for a very short time.
Cons: I think the same thing that happened to JayzTwoCents on youtube is happening to mine. Guess pastel is out. Turning a yucky brown like rotten milk.
Pros: For those with flashing screen issues, which is probably most people. Your motherboard's USB is probably not supplying enough power. Try connecting to a front panel USB socket or getting a slotted USB connector for the back of your computer that gets power directly through the motherboard. I had this issue and it immediately stopped the blinking issues. A USB 3.0 motherboard may also fix this as it supplies more power.
Cons: Cartoonishly expensive.
Pros: Can support four monitors.
Cons: All the windows became extremely slugglish and jumpy. I don't think it has the strength to handle Windows 7 x64. I was hopeful it would perform well but it was a major downgrade from 2 power hungry 8800gts which it was intended to replace, one of which had lost its green spectrum. Felt like I had suddenly installed a Pentium 2. Popping back in the 88's it went back to being snappy.
Overall Review: Nvidia 6 GPU Series which this uses came out over 6 years ago. Fairly expensive card considering its an older GPU. I would look for some other solution like two cards on an SLI/XFire motherboard or look at Matrox Triplehead products.
Core Duo 2.4Ghz
DFI Lanparty Motherboard