Summary: Seems to work fine and little faster/louder than the Corsair unit. The blue lighting is a bit much for those that care about GO more than SHOW. I ended up using the fan mount for a rear exhaust over the PCI cards on an Antec Twelve-Hundred - even using the stock fan mount screws, through the rear...
UPS bombed at my shipment, but it is a great and well built product
Aaron Kelley, Amazon
10 March 2015
Summary: UPS had a shipping error and my shipping was delayed for a few days, which sucked. Other than that, the product is great. I have a custom build system with a Thermaltake Urban S1 micro ATX case. My case is pretty full at the moment with a full size GPU, 4 sticks RAM, SSD, HDD, and Optical drive.
Summary: The Kingston Cooling fan pushes a ton of air and keeps the RAM cool. Installation was moderately easy. You have to make sure the fan supports grasps onto the RAM clips just right or the fan will slip off. Then the four screws must be torqued quite tight so that the fan unit won't vibrate.
Summary: Running for over a year now.Quiet,effective. I'm a older guy and could do without the lights.But they work so I don't mind. Keeps my G.Skill DDR3 PC3-17000 RipjawsZ nice and cool. I was leery in purchasing these.Figured they were junk like a lot of this type of product.
Summary: I have an AIO liquid cooling system that I had set up with the tubes going over the ram. I simply flipped the AIO around to solve the conflict -- but depending on your system that may not work.
Pros: Sturdy Easy to put together and install
Cons: If you've got a heatsink (liquid cool or air) that overlaps your ram, this will get in the way and you won't be able to use it direct over your ram.