Great Effect but could use improvement.11/24/2017 10:06:19 AM

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.

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Manufacturer Response:
. Hi Brent Thank you for your G.Skill purchase and review. Good to hear you like the bright lights and unique patterns. The Trident Z RGB modules are a nice way to add flare to any new build. With 32GB installed, the operating system will be capable of anything you put it to without any lag or delays. Each module is designed to perfectly fit between each slot without any gap, so it may seem tight but it is fine. We sincerely appreciate your feedback. For any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly. Thank you GSKILL SUPPORT Quality and customer service are our top priorities. To check or report a technical problem, please visit the Official G.Skill Technical Forum: http://www.gskill.us/forum Tech Support Email: ustech@gskillusa.com RMA Dept Email: rma@gskillusa.com
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Turning Brown After Two Weeks11/25/2016 7:33:55 PM

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.

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Try another usb port8/6/2010 3:38:35 PM

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.

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Not powerful enough.8/6/2010 12:29:16 PM

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

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