Date Joined: 01/30/12
Overall Review: This is stable RAM at a good price. And looks good too - if your system supports the lighting.
Overall Review: Great drive @ a great price. I replaced another spinning drive out of my system so now all of my installed games are running off of this SSD.
Pros: VR Capable
Decent gaming card
Overall Review: I built out a new value-grade machine capable of doing VR without beating up my wallet and angering my wife (had to clean up the verbage here - as the review system didn't like the alternative phrasing I had used for angering someone. LOL). I stopped paying attention to a lot of this stuff for some time so I had to play catch-up on some things as there are always CPU's and video cards which are at that value/performance sweet spot. From what I could tell, the 1660 Super was there. This wasn't the cheapest of the 1660 Super cards, but it was in stock, and there were a couple of other things which may have given it an edge over other brand cards. But enough about my motivations...
The card performs beautifully (so far) for my VR needs, paired with an AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and 16 GB of DDR4, none of which broke the bank. No complaints so far.
Overall Review: Corsair is a solid choice when it comes to buying memory. So far I have yet to have problems with any of the memory I buy of theirs. While I didn't need and don't use the lighting, it didn't add much to the price and maybe I will get it back when I re-sell it after I am done using it.