Pros: Works fine with no issues. I love the height of these guys (very low profile)
Cons: Doesn't come in fancy colors?
Overall Review: Put in a cheap build for the mother-in-law. These work fine with no issues and are plenty of RAM for basic web browsing & office documents.
Intel Celeron G1840 Processor BX80646G1840
Gigabyte LGA 1150 Intel H81 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX DDR3 1600 Motherboards GA-H81M-DS2V
Kingston ValueRAM 8GB Kit (2x4GB) 1333MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 DIMM SR x8 Desktop Memory KVR13N9S8K2/8
Crucial BX100 250GB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive - CT250BX100SSD1
ARCTIC Freezer i11 CPU Cooler for Intel, 150W Cooling Capacity, 3 Direct Touch Heatpipes, Vibration-Dampened Fan, 23dBA Noise
EVGA 500W 80PLUS Certified ATX12V/EPS12V Power Supply 100-W1-0500-KR
Antec NSK6580 Black/ Silver 0.8mm cold-rolled steel construction ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 430W Power Supply
Windows 7 Professional x64
Pros: Small and compact like the picture shows.
Cons: This memory doesn't work with MSI G41m-P23 Motherboard. Some websites says there is 50/50 chance it will work...but for me it doesn't work. Everything is updated, no overclocking, my cpu and mobo supports 1333.
Overall Review: Just a heads up for people with the same motherboard.
Pros: Installed 4 x 4 mb of these Kingston Value Ram low profile sticks, pressed the Start button and Voila! Perfect as usual!
Took me from 7.1 to 7.5 Memory Win Exp Index.
(I always install matched Ram).
Tower contents: ASUS M5A99X EVO, former memory was 4 x 2 mb Kingston Value Ram, GeForce 940 GPU, Mushkin Enhanced Striker 2.5" 960 GB SATA III MLC Internal SSD.
Cons: Cons? Are there ever "cons" with Kingston
Overall Review: I always buy and recommend Kingston. Always the value leader.
Cons: Doesn't rub my feet
Overall Review: It's RAM, you know, so there is only so much to say. My pair of two 8-GB chips arrived in functional order, installed without a problem, and worked as expected with no effort.
I trust this brand because I've bought Kingston in the past and have never had a problem.
My RAM installed on an ASROCK H61M/U3S3 motherboard running Ubuntu 14.04.
Pros: Works exactly as I needed for my MB.
Overall Review: Make sure you tripple check your MB specifications /;)
Pros: Quick delivery. Great Price. These memory modules worked as expected. Kingston is my first choice when adding memory.
Pros: Dropped with into an Asus mobo with an AMD A10-5800K. Works great.
Overall Review: I've been happy with Kingston memory for years. This memory is no exception.
Pros: No problems. Installed in MSI Intel H61 board (H61M-P31/W8) as single stick for entry-level office PC for client. Seen ok in BIOS, passed 2 passes of Memtest86+ no problem, passed Prime95 blend using 3800 MB of RAM, Passed AIDA64 stability test, passed Intel Burn Test, Passed OCCT stability tests, no signs of problems to date.
Cons: According to a manufacturer response, NOT for use in older DDR3 systems, I think they specified X38, X48, G41 and the like. This is due to a higher chip density (look at the pics, only ONE side of the stick has chips). I would not put this in any Intel board older than the Sandy Bridge generation, or AMD board older than the Trinity APU generation to be safe.
No fault of the stick itself, just the company's fault for an un-advertised incompatibility with older chipsets. This would logically apply to any competing 4 GB stick with only one side populated as well. Pay attention.
Overall Review: There are comparably-priced 4 GB sticks that use a lower density chip configuration for more universal compatibility for those who need it. I bought this because it was on sale and beat the price of the others by a good percentage and helped me stay within the client's budget better, among other adjustments.