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Pros: Works flawlessly when paired with my Z270 rig running a 7700K at stock clocks. Pulled XMP profile and it works out of the box. (GA-270N-WIFI)
Cons: Absolutely refuses to pull XMP (d.o.c.p.) profile on Ryzen boards!
Other Thoughts: Attempt 1 - ASUS PRIME B350M-A/CSM with 1700X
Attempt 2 - ASRock AB350M Pro4 with 1600
Neither work thru BIOS config. Highly annoyed over this. I can get better results via Ryzen Master, but I prefer a BIOS level overclock.
-WiFi/BT Module works in Win10 without issue
-Z270 Chipset and quite affordable
-- Works as expected. Tossed a 7700K in with 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4-2800 Avexir Blitz 1.1, 480GB Toshiba/OCZ TR150, (1TB EVO 960 MVNe on the way!!), 8GB EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FE inside of an EVGA Hadron Air. I loaded XMP settings in BIOS and it's been running without a hitch.
Cons: I swear the F_PANEL layout in the instructions was not valid. It seems as though the PWR_LED and PWR_SW pins aren't shown correctly. NOW - I say this because 1.) I have never had issues reading these before, and 2.) I could be way wrong. I was tired. Don't listen to this Con as it's probably nothing
Other Thoughts: Totally not isolated to this board only. But, I really wish some SCREWS could be included in more hardware. As a consumer that changes my builds like my underwear, I lose screws pretty frequently. Nothing at all against the mobo, it's been great :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Automatically running at 800mhz (1600MHz DDR3) on my ASRock B85M-ITX with the proper timings and voltages. See other thoughts why this is welcomed news to me and deserves a comment
As is the case with most 8GB kits of DDR3 now, it's cheap
The packing is different and that's a welcomed change - I respect being different. Not all RAM is made to fit in other containers, and as somebody who hordes my old parts I like something different so I can tell it apart.
Cons: None yet
Other Thoughts: I'd say get it - although new, Klevv has made a positive impression in RAM. I first bought a 2133mhz kit but immediately it was sold in the machine it was places in. I had no issues with it either.
I got this exact model kit from a local B&M that price matched the egg. So it was CHEAP!
On my same ASRock B85M-ITX motherboard, the more expensive kit of Corsair Vengeance DDR3-LP (8GB / 1600mhz White Heatspreaders) RAM will not run at the advertised speed, and instead runs at 667/1333MHZ. No amount of changes to the settings or XMP profiles in my BIOS will correct it. So all in all, the Klevv kit you see here is cheaper, and outdoing one of the biggest names I've trusted in RAM.