Reviews and Problems with Corsair CML16GX3M2A1600C10
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Would not recommend to anyone
Parnavaz Pkhakadze, Amazon
21 November 2014
Summary: After about a year of light usage (I am about 4 months at home for the whole year due to job schedule) one of the sticks has died.It happened all of sudden and my system was buggging badly, only after removal of the stick it came back to normal condition.I overpaid for the memory just to make sure that I would buy trusted and durable product, but it turned out to be as cheap as other cheaper analogues.Would not recommend to anyone, still do not know when will the second...
Summary: Installed this in my PC consisting of a M5A99X EVO motherboard and an FX8350 chip. Works great with no issues. However, the speed and timing had to br manually adjusted as Asus's "auto detect" defaults the RAM to 1333Mhz. Other than that, have no complaints. Heatsink is well built and heavier than I initially thought :) I intended to buy the kit again to get 32GB but the price has increased a little too much so may have to wait it out :L
Summary: Had a defective chip from the very start which can happen to anyone other than the time it took to locate the problem Corsair was very quick to send a return authorization no. and the time to send it to them and get the replacement was just about a week. So am very please with the way they handled the warranty. Fast and painless.
Nice sticks, not designed for Haswell but will work
18 February 2014
Summary: Good product, I will enjoy the lifetime warranty... But I think I ordered a newer set as this model is over 3 years old and designed for sandy/ivy bridge support... These modules work with the 4th gen Haswell, but I get error 51 which gigabyte rep says this is perfectly fine as long as the board boots with no problems.