Pros: High rated, Price, Removable top heatsink, fits under NH-D14, Tight Timings
Cons: Will not reach rated Frequency, Uneeded heatsinks, customer support is crude and unfriendly
Then the problems started, the screws to remove the top fin are stuck to this rubber seal stuff and I nearly destroyed the screws trying to get them out, because the Philips screw driver was tearing up the metal on the heads. I finally got the top sink off and put one in and booted up, set DOCP profile, then started with good old memtest86(because I always had bad luck with DIMMs for some reason) and sure enough within 5 minutes there were errors, so I put in the other stick and same thing happens. So I tried bumping up the voltage all the way to 1.71(default 1.65) and still giving me errors.
Then I lowered it to the max speed my processor could do not overclocked(1866) and got the timings to CL6-7-8-12-1T @1.66250
I was very happy with this so I posted my results in a review on New Egg.
Upon posting my results on New Egg in a review, the G.Skill staff said that I must use the correct sized Philips head to make sure stripping doesn't occur and that even though I did not achieve the rated speed, it was OK because tight timings at a lesser speed will get you the same results. Basically telling me I am to incompetent to know how to use their product correctly, and it is all my fault, that I did not buy an Intel based system.
Overall it is a good product, but I don't want to support a bunch of egotistical jerks on my hard earned money.