Pros: This Memory works with the ASUS Eee PC 1015PN. Newegg Customer Service is not only good, but they have common sense and go the extra mile to make their customers happy.
Cons: None so far
Overall Review: When I originally bought my netbook I also got this RAM, but it did not arrive with my order. I am working in Central Asia, and a friend bought out my new computer with everything that Newegg sent. When we realized that the RAM had not come with the order, we talked to Newegg, and they were extremely helpful, even though I notified them after the 7 days that are stated in their policy. They worked with me to get me another stick of RAM very quickly. They have gone the extra mile for me, and I highly recommend working with Newegg over other online retailers.
Pros: Used with Asus AT5IONT-I. Booted right up no problems and was recognized by the mobo.
Overall Review: Great quality product
Pros: Works just fine in my ASUS AT5IONT-I Atom D525 system. Even though it's not listed in the Asus Approved memory document, it's easily recognized by the motherboard.
Cons: None so far...Still installing new drivers on existing Windows installation.
Overall Review: Yes. I threw a new motherboard, CPU, and RAM at a Windows install just to see what would happen...
Pros: It works with the new ASUS AT5IONT-I board. As of this writing, this is one of very few 2GB RAM modules that are supported by that board.
Cons: It wasn't in stock originally and I had to wait to buy it... that's annoying.
Overall Review: Kingston actually says on their website that this specific RAM module is supported by that board. Good job Kingston for keeping your website up-to-date.
Pros: Has correct number of pins.
Cons: Ordered two of these for use in the Supermicro SuperServer 5015A-EHF-D525, Newegg Item#: N82E16816101364. System does not boot.
Memory as pictured on Newegg shows Hynix H5TQ2G83BFR-H9C chips on a blue PCB with a sticker that says KVR800D3S8S6/2G. These are listed as compatible modules by Supermicro.
Memory as shipped uses Elpida chips on a green PCB with a sticker that says KVR800D3S8S6/2G (yes, the same label.)
Overall Review: Memory manufacturers should change model numbers whenever they change hardware components. You can't force hardware compatibility by keeping the same sticker on the packaging.
Plenty of empty Kingston RAM packages floating around. Been rock solid in the past. First time with this sort of labeling problem.
Pros: Newegg Sells barebones kits for the Supermicro SPEHF-D525 servers with this ram. I'm sure that Kingston does test their RAM.
Cons: I used this RAM with the MBD-X7SPE-HF-D525 and the server would not boot. I went through all of the troubleshooting steps, but it was no good.
Overall Review: Borrowed some RAM from my laptop and the server booted fine. I tried each of the two sticks that I purchased by themselves in each of the ram slots. It was no good. Kingston does reference this RAM for this Motherboard. I wonder if they changed something. Other reviewers said it worked in their Supermicro build.
Pros: Works great. Very reliable.
Cons: Newegg ran out of stock and had to buy more in another place :(
Overall Review: I purchased these to run on a small server from supermicro and they work great.
Pros: It's RAM so of course it's probably the easiest upgrade you can do to a computer. Added to the ZOTAC ZBOX I have it gave the system a total of 3 GB of RAM. Stopped the stuttering I was getting on 720P flash videos and otherwise has behaved as you expect RAM to behave.
Cons: No real Cons. Packaging was pretty anemic. A padded envelope with the RAM (in it's blister pack) inside. It survived the DHL/USPS grindfest in working order so this may not really be a negative.
Overall Review: Running fine in a ZOTAC ZBOX ID-12 Plus, mounted behind an old Viewsonic 1280 x 1024 LCD running Open SUSE 12.3 64 bit that is in the guest bedroom at my house.