Date Joined: 03/10/08
Pros: Colorful RGB lighting!
Neat heat spreader design
Does work with Intel 8th gen i5
Does work with MSI MB on 300series chipset
Cons: It sold out FAST
I only grabbed 16gb instead of 32gb (hope it comes back in stock)
Heat spreader was only grey or red choice
Overall Review: I honestly could care less for rgb products but in rebuilding this year during Black Friday week I couldn’t help grab a pair of sticks with rgb lighting. I have to say it’s pretty darn cool. I have run any memtests yet not have I put my new build under load but I thought I’d at least give the memory a quick review seeing as it was sooo popular it sold out without a single review to its name. Overall I recommend
Pros: I don't overclock but these are fast enough for what I do on daily basis and then some. running fine through windows 10 and pushing high on all my games and photo editing.
Cons: none yet
Pros: Hasn't blown up on me. Runs very cool. Great for budget gaming.
Cons: I haven't utilized all 8 cores for anything. I think I could have gotten away with less.
Overall Review: Always start your day with a breakfast. The hungrier you are, the crankier you get.
Pros: Has single handedly run everything I've thrown at it on high/ultra high settings. I also like that I only needed 1 PCI-E 8pin power plug as opposed to the 2 required to run the 560 it replaced.
Cons: None yet
Overall Review: The LED cannot be customized. it is fixed Red/White for no power/power on
Pros: Works fine on windows 7. Ran two different Nvidia cards just fine one for video the other for PhysX.
Cons: Cannot Run 2 video cards under Windows 10. Does not recognize second video card as anything under windows 10. Only 1 PCI-Ex16 other is PCI-Ex8
Overall Review: no good for something I just recently purchased but past the "30day" typical.
Pros: Simple to install, Blue Heat Sinks Matched MoBo, Decent Speed
Overall Review: If you are buying Memory Sticks you should by now know how to install them with no trouble. I installed this on an Asus m4A785TD-V EVO AM3 MoBo with a Phenom II 550 and had no problems at all.
Pros: Works Right Away
Cons: The blue LED light was Soooooooo faint I almost thought the unit was not working.
Overall Review: Face it, you wouldn't be getting an enclosure for a 3.5" hard drive if you were looking for ultra portability. This unit Is BiG, and get's the job done. 6 screws in totally make this unit feel well built. put together and fired up in less than 5 mins. the on/off is only slightly flush with the enclosure but not difficult to get to.
No Dead Pixels
Not as Much Light Bleed Through the tops and bottom of monitor as most are reporting. Proper calibration required though
Cons: Have to properly calibrate the color profiles to take advantage of this monitor.
Will make a small cubicle even smaller.
Overall Review: 1) When I first recieved the monitor I inspected the box, it was fine.
2) I looked at all the contents of the box and threw it all away (except for the monitor).
3) I hooked the monitor up but DVI input was not being picked up.
4) Switched to VGA in order to configure the video card for the monitor.
5) pressed the DVI/VGA switch button 100 times trying to get it to recognize the DVI signal.
6) Yelled in frustration.
7) repeated Step 5 a few more times.
8) grabbed a soda pop
9) realized that Nvidia NTUNE was set to wrong primary dispaly
10) set it to proper display
11) repeated step 5.
12) realized DVI cable was not ALL the Way IN.
13) Pushed it all the way
14) stared at beautiful picture on monitor for 5 minutes before realizing it was on.
15) Enjoyed a game of World Of Warcraft
16) Wept with Joy
17) Wrote this review
Pros: 1) Not That Loud
2) Cool Blue LED
3) Dissipates Heat Reliably 38-40 under load on a 7600GS.
4) Provides a fun Challenge for all system builders
5) Includes Copper RAM Heatsinks (you really have to use some pressure to get these babies to stick well. I got creative and used plastic clamps for about 30 seconds.
6) Includes in-case Fan Speed Control Module
7) Includes a 4 way Molex Splitter that means you can hook up 1-4 extra 3 pin fan connections in case you run out of motherboard fan connections.
Cons: 1) Really Heavy but is expected from copper and good build quality.
2) Really Big, Had just enough clearance between this and the next card down.
3) Fan Speed Control Module is a bit bulky, works well for enclosures with no side window panel.
Overall Review: You really have to plan this one throughly. instructions, although well illustrated, gets vague after a certain point. I created a lil video I hope helps others get a visual on it. It's a really nice heatsink, and I look forward to using it on my next card and seeing how well it works on that. The Copper RAM Heatsinks were a nice addition and so was the fan control module. I didn't use it this time around but I'm fixin' a lil mod that will put it to good use.
Pros: Installed and recognized with no problems.
Cons: Hung just once but windows was coming out of sleep mode and must have got confused about it's memory.
Overall Review: Make sure your PC is in fact off and not in sleep mode before performing any kind of work on your laptop or computer
Pros: It's Red, I like Red. Neat lil metal case sticker. The bigger sticker was also neat but not as neat as the lil metal case sticker. System recognized them just fine at factory settings on a Vista 3800+ x2 system, mach speed msnv-939 mobo. I'm not much into overclocking so I'll probably not do that with these. overall I'm happy that vista flows a bit better as a result of more mem.
Cons: None other than they should have included two lil metal case stickers instead of that vinyl one. Still I'm only one day into using these, the memory not the sticker.
Overall Review: huh? oh well I guess I was sorta gyped cause they were fine right out of the box. I was really looking forward to trying out thier RMA process everyone considers so neat and friendly.