Joined on 01/28/16
Works great on Ryzen platform
Pros: Decent timing at decent price Hynix CJR die
Cons: None so far
Overall Review: Runs great on ASUS X470-i and Ryzen firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz. OCed to 3333 with everything default to XMP profile. 75ns latency on AIDA benchmark, which is OK for AMD platform. It's made in 14/19 week/year and it's CJR die according to Thaiphoon. Won't complain.
Ideal for high performance "SFF" builds
Pros: - Deliver lots of power in such a small dimension - Quiet when idle
Cons: - Price. - Cable. These cables are not long enough. It's fine if you are building a super small ITX (Dancase A4 etc.), but if you want to use it in a large ITX or bigger cases (e.g. NZXT H200i etc.) you will have trouble routing 24pin and 8pin CPU cables as these cables are always 1-2 cm unreachable to the sockets on motherboard, and I endded up buying a set of extension cables to solve the problem.
Overall Review: Great product, could be better if Corsair could make cables few cms longer.