Date Joined: 12/27/17
More effective than the original USB 3 plug
easy to stick
Cons: Has a Magnetic effect onto the screen. One might get a yellowish halo surrounding the device.
May not be placed right underneath the screen edge depending onto the model
Pros: A true RGB system
Cons: My strips are flashing regularly and I don't know why
Pros: Lowered Temperature of the GPU at a maximum of 57C
Overall Review: An excellent choice for the next 5 years for sure
Pros: Compatibility with the Z370 motherboards series and their over-clocked Ram
Cons: The low speed comparably to the k8700 series
Pros: The 7200 RPM 128MB Cache outdoes the 7200 RPM 64MB offered by their best rival.
Pros: Has enough Fan outlets
The adequate and aesthetic lightening of the motherboard makes it be the best of the market
Top Ram speed 4133 Mhz
Cons: The high performance profile doesn't work. It however is worthless as the ram runs the system automatically at its top speed. The dual channel technology is operational without the need to make any configuration into the BIOS.
Pros: Satisfactory product!
Pros: Just perfect
Pros: Easy to use
Has enough outlets
Pros: High performance.
Pros: Excellent Ram
Cons: Watch out for the compatibility issues!
Pros: Could be over-clocked and run at a speed of 4300 Mhz steadily using a Gigabyte gaming 5 Z370.
Operates steadily at a speed of 4133 Mhz.
Cons: Some may prefer to buy the RGB version to bring in a supplement of lighting within their gaming box!
Pros: Compact and smaller than an SSD
Increased storage capacity
Cons: Nothing! It isn't yet comparable to an Nvme M2 SSD characteristics.
Pros: Nvme M2 x2 speed
Effective dual channel technology 4000Mhz DDR4
Cons: Has a problem with the big size of the back panel’s top cover which may hit the bottom of the computer case’s rear fan frame. I had to fix it using one screw on its top side and putting a side the 3 others that can’t fit the frame’s holes positions. I let the tension of the completely squeezed air cooler replace that fixing effect. Rather amazing coming of MSI, isn’t it? As a had a Gigabyte (z370 series) that fitted perfectly into that same computer case.