Pros: These sticks are just what I needed for my aging asus p5b mobo with a 3ghz core 2 duo. I had previously only had 2gb of kingston hyper x pc2-8500 on the board. I was concerned about the interoperability of these sticks with my old ones but figured this was the best choice since they no longer make my other ones. My computers bios had to be reset at first but once i got everything set up to the 5-5-15 settings and 2.15 voltage (old and new sticks were slightly different voltage so I opted for an average between the two), they are now performing at 1113mhz. Motherboard reports them as pc-8900 now! Faster than the claim on the package! It has been perfectly stable for the last few days with no issues and running max settings on starcraft 2. An all-around excellent product you can depend on!
Cons: The price is up there now but that's only because they sales have dropped off from where they were. This isn't really a con but rather standard market place procedures/ supply and demand.
Overall Review: Don't think, just buy. Even if your one of the few that end up with a dud, the warranty takes care of you. These are my first sticks of G.Skill and I am throughly impressed on all counts!
Pros: works with Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L, low price, no errors so far. I like the manufacturers ability/willingness to respond to reviews
Cons: I had to learn about memory timings and voltage... not really a con but I have to whine once a year. If the old folks figure the price-per-megabyte and compare it to 1991's price for RAM it gives you a guilty feeling kinda like getting away with something.
Overall Review: I am running an e6750 at 3.4Ghz with this ram on a gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L mobo with 5-5-5-15 timings +.2Volts and arctic cooling freezer 7 pro cpuz validated at 3408.31MHz. newegg reviews are a priceless tool when it comes to spending money I earned
Pros: Works great, and the blue heatsinks look good.
Overall Review: I installed these in an ASUS M3A78-EMH HDMI AMD socket AM2+ board. While I`m not using an AM2+ Phenom yet, this RAM defaulted to DDR2 800 speed (as it should) with a standard AM2 Brisbane CPU. I wasn`t sure if I should get this or PC 6400, but am glad I bought this. Once the Phenom is installed, I`ll already have my PC 8500, and it can then run at its proper speed. This memory has been fast and stable so far, and is an absolute bargain at this price. Good stuff you have here, G. Skill.
Pros: Fresh out of the box paired with a Gigabyte DS3L board and e8400, the 4gb G.Skill ram was picked up by the MB at the correct speed and correct timings. At the time of writing, this was the lowest price for this amount of ram. What else is there to say? Low price, easy setup = winner.
Overall Review: Works flawlessly without tweaking a bunch of settings. If you want an easy experience, choose this stuff. No fuss!
Pros: I'm very satisfied with this memory. I purchased it for running it at 1066 in the future with a quad core, I have not actually run it at that speed. I'm running it at ddr2 800 with an amd 5400+ x2 cpu. It runs at 800 with very nice timings 4,4,4,5 at 1T command rate with 2.025 volts set in the bios (effective voltage is 2.032V). The rest of the settings are 2,3,2,14,2 (in the order that they appear in the mobo). RAM stability tested with a 24hr pass in memtest86+ v2.01, 24hr pass in mprime (Linux fedora 8), and 24hr pass in XP with OCCT Version 2.0.0A RAM test setting. Nice price too, do not run hot, low voltage requirements.
Overall Review: My mobo is a Gigabyte GA-MA770-S3.
Pros: Plugged them in and thats it. 1066/5-5-5-15 right out of the box.
Overall Review: Keeping E8200 company on MSI P35 platinum.
Pros: 2.1 volts did 1137 out of the box, great ram for the price
Pros: Nice looking. Lifetime warranty. I think all hardware should have lifetime.
Cons: None really.
Overall Review: One module was bad right out of the box causing my system to boot erratically or not at all. Isolated the bad one by booting up with one mod at a time. The lifetime warranty is great and had a replacement within 2 weeks.