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Pros: Easy to install. Syncs up automatically, plug and play. It's in bridge mode so it instantly extends the existing network. Much faster than Wi-Fi in long distance setups.
Cons: So far, none.
Other Thoughts: Like any network extender or repeater, you lose some speed compared to the original signal, but with today's broadband rates it's not a problem for streaming TV, etc.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SIIG CB-DP0072-S1 DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable
Pros: Solidly built, works great, no problems.
Cons: None. Worth paying $20 to get a quality connector that won't fall apart in a few months.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought it to run three monitors on a Dell Studio XPS 8100 for a radiologist. He's reads x-rays and MRIs on a remote server. Card works exactly as intended. Quality is excellent, except for the DisplayPort to DVI-D SL adapter (see below). Downloaded the latest drivers from the nVidia website.
Cons: DisplayPort to DVI-D SL adapter literally fell apart after a few months.
Other Thoughts: Replaced the broken adapter that came with the card with a SIIG CB-DP0072-S1 DisplayPort to DVI Adapter Cable from NewEgg. Much better quality. Should have bought two of them at the time we bought the card and saved the extra labor.READ FULL REVIEW