Reviews and Problems with Corsair CMZ32GX3M4X1600C10
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Rock Solid RAM. Visually Appealing in any Computer Case. Performs as Advertised.
Michael E., Newegg
5 January 2016
Summary: I initially had 16GB of another line of CORSAIR RAM (4GB x 4 = 16GB total). I wanted 32GB of RAM. So I purchased this product here. I've had zero problems with it so far. However, I did need to clear the CMOS battery after removing old RAM and installing new RAM.
Summary: No problems for a year and a half on my build. I7 3770K Asus P8Z77-V LE PLUS Corsair GS CSSD-F360GBGS 360GB This 32 GB Ram 2 X ASUS VS24AH-P 24" monitors These are the only components I am running in my PC case with along with my Pioneer Blu-ray burner with absolutely no problems.
Pros: Great Memory, Highly compatible with Asus Motherboards, and Intel I7 Quad core CPUs. Have had no issues with my computer. I have looked through specs for different motherboards, and this fits the bill for most. Newegg service is A+.
Cons: Only con is price. But you do get what you pay for, this is a high quality product that will not let you down.
Summary: Chose it because I wanted high performance memory for gaming. I also wanted to upgrade my new build to 32 GB od ram. Corsair matches all their Ram so it works well together. In a review, I saw that when one person had a problem with one stick of the Ram, they suggested that it would be best if they...
Summary: Bill Gates once stated, "No one should need more than 256K of memory." Boy! Was he off the mark! I will be going for the max of 64GB of memory on the newly acquired motherboard. Along with an SSD, this should do the trick of high-speed image making with Photoshop and NIK Software.