Pros: After dealing with PowerEdge Servers, ordering RAM always makes me a bit nervous. This RAM just seemed to be a bit too good to be true (for the price).
I certainly wasn't disappointed. Not only did this RAM work in my Xeon D-1541 Server, but it was for an amazing price considering some of the comparable ones where $40+ more per stick. And it's a trusted brand.
Cons: Absolutely no problems.
Pros: Solid memory, consistently zero errors in memtest.
Pros: Cheap, ECC, good specs
Cons: None so far
Pros: Large capacity, decent speed.
cheaper than almost all the other rams even including DDR4 2100 , but still expensive. The RAM alone cost me more than 60% of a dual socket 36 core setup.
Cons: Latency is very high, not very good for low threaded databases that need quick response times.
Overall Review: Single threaded performance is below par for this ram, it shines when multi-threaded access to the ram when setup for quad channel access.
Update 2018-jan-9: I had issue with one of the memory modules with in 15 day so had it replaced. only last week I came across a similar system but which had almost 20% higher performance so, I installed fedora Linux to see if Linux boosts performance, the OS immediately reported ram error in the replaced memory module. and immediately system performance went down after the first notification. So in conclusion glad I went with ECC memory, and really wish other linux distributions were like fedora, could have discovered this sooner.
Pros: Using in Uni-processor SuperMicro MOBO w E5-2650v4. RAM benchmarks pretty well - especially considering the price.
Cons: Non that I know of.