wook about 8 days with in-store-pickup but it was great.\nthe package that it came with looked liked it was dragged across black tarp or something but the box that the memory came with was fully intact and pristene with absolutely no defect at all.\nusing a ASUS M5A97 motherboard and though it may not be technically on the qualified vendor list it still worked flawlessly.\njust popped it in and turned on my computer and had an instant speed boost.
Complies with the ErP Lot 6 European Union standard for low standby power consumption
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BEST POWERSUPPLY COMPANY EVER
I used Corsair CX power supply to replace several failed psbs of the same capacity. Apparently other brands lie about how much power they put out and couldnt handle the load. Corsair handles it like a champ, has nice long cables for big towers, and is quiet as hayel!!!! Kudos! Great Product.
What a difference a brand makes. I previously previously brought PNY memory from a different store. Put Both memory modules in my MacBook (mid 2010), the computer did not boot up. After several tests including putting the original memory back in, it was clear that PNY memory modules were defective. After returning them to the store and getting my money back. I decided to try out the Corsair Memory as it was recommended by a friend. I after looking at several other sites for this memory I ended up getting it from Wallmart.com using the site to store option. (Unsurprisingly Walmart had the best price.) The memory arrived to the store 2 days before promised date. : ) This despite Hurricane Sandy hitting the Northeast last week.\nAfter installing this memory my MacBook booted right up. No problems. My computer boots up and runs quicker. Programs load faster. What a difference upgrading the memory from 2GB to 8GB. I am a satisfied customer. I highly recommend Corsair Memory, especially if you own a MAC. Corsair memory is designed and tested to work in MACs. Own a MAC get Corsair memory, You'll not be disappointed.
Bought this as a replacement when one of the dimms in my CMZ8GX32M2A1600C9 set went bad. Works great in single and dual-channel mode on an MSI Z77a-G43 motherboard. Walmart had the best price online at the time of purchase.
If you are expecting 1 ram stick of 4gb this is not what you will be getting. Nowhere does it say that this is a 2 pack of 2gb ram. I already had 2 sticks of 2gb ram this was completely useless to me. I am really angry that it took so long to ship, that it was not as advertised and I wasted valuable time out of my life and gas that could have taken me to infinitely more enriching and fulfilling places for this sorry steaming pyle of technology that was not as advertised. Don't waste your energy on this unless you are trying to buy 2 sticks of 2gb ram.
An ultra-quiet 120mm fan delivers excellent airflow at an exceptionally low noise level by varying fan speed in response to temperature
80 Plus certified
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Died Within 11 Months Of Light Use
This power supply unit AKA a psu was installed in my wife's desktop (which I built# replacing the 4 year old Dynex psu. Her pc is used approx. once per week and is a low performance build:\n\nAMD 939 Socket 3700+ cpu\nOEM AMD cpu fan\/heatsink\nWinfast 939 socket motherboard\n2 gig PNY pc3200 RAM\nSeagate 160gb IDE harddrive\nLiteOne DVD-RW drive\nMSI Radeon HD 6670 graphics card\nApex pc case\n80mm Antec case fan\nWindows OS\n\nFor approx. 11 months the corsair psu powered this modest build w\/o issue; however w\/o warning @ approx. the 11 month mark her pc began to randomly re-boot and fail to turn off when using Windows to shutdown her pc too. Finally, it just died failing to power up the pc at all. The wife's pc is protected by a CyberPower UPS w\/AVR. I re-installed the 4 year old Dynex power supply solving her pc's issues. Furthermore, I had two Corsair AX760i power supplies fail in less than *one* month. I know there is a warranty via Corsair #most manufacturers' fit this so-called warranty# and this is what it entails:\n1- You eat the shipping charges to ship defective unit to them w\/o re-imbursement #paying for a warranty#\n2- UPS shipping usually required\n3- You'll want insurance in case of loss #additional fee#\n4- You'll want signature required, so as to track & verify Corsair\/manufacturer receives it #additional fee#\n5- Corsair\/manufacturer graciously pays to ship you a replacement #cross your fingers & hope it is not defective too#\n\nGet the picture here? Normally it would be cheaper to toss it in the trash & just re-buy.\n\nConclusion:\nAfter experiencing not one, but three Corsair power supplies and none of them even lasting one year I can not recommend the Corsair brand power supplies to anyone. Furthermore, apparently Corsair's only concern is its bottom line and not quality control.
I would recommend this product to anyone with an older system that has less than 4 GB of RAM. As everyone cannot afford to go out and buy a new computer it will dramatically increase the speed and efficiency of your system without draining your budget. Simple and effective.