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This review is from: Crucial 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 1600 Memory for Apple Model CT2K8G3S160BM
Pros: I installed these two RAM sticks into the two free slots on the bottom of my new Sager NP9380-S, maxing out the system memory at 32GB.
The Crucial sticks play very nicely with the 2 x 8GB RAM modules that shipped with the laptop from Sager.
I'm very happy with my purchase!
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Pros: This is a great little internal PCI WLAN card - it takes up very little space inside my PC and has good performance for the price.
The card was extremely easy to install and setup using the clearly-written printed instructions and the included driver PC. I installed the card in less than 5 minutes inside my Windows Vista x32 box.
I installed this card inside my home theater PC in my family room, which is on the main floor of my house - one floor above the router which is in the basement. I had been using an external USB 2.0 wireless card for many years with my HTPC. This TP-LINK adapter has replaced the external unit.
The USB 2.0 adapter had been giving me a solid 25 mbps download speed and 10-11 mbps upload speed on my Comcast plan of 50 mbps down and 11 mbps up.
After installing the new TP-LINK card, I ran a bandwidth test on www.speedtest.net and got the following: 29 mbps download and 11.5 mbps upload. All in all, I am very happy with the boost in performance over my older adapter.
Thanks very much, Newegg!
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Pros: Excellent LAN and wireless speeds. I am receiving a strong signal on all floors (basement, main, upper) of my house, which was built in the 1920s. I have this router installed in my basement, and my signals all the way up on the upper floor of the house are excellent. Wireless speeds are consistent on all floors of my house - a solid 26 Mb/sec down and 11 Mb/sec up. My Comcast plan is 50Mb/sec down and 11Mb/sec up. Very happy with this performance!
I've had the router up and running for a few days now, and have not had any issues with dropped/weak signals.
The four gigabit ethernet ports on the back function well. I have one port going out to a power line networking node, and another to a 10/100/1000 switch which feeds several Mac, PCs, and gaming consoles. Transfer rates between two Windows 7 PCs using gigabit switches are between 40MB/sec and 100MB/sec.
Setup of this router was very simple. I didn’t bother using the supplied installation CD. I merely powered up the unit, turned on my PC, and opened a new web browser. The browser detected a new router, and walked me through the process of setting up a new wireless network (security, passwords, etc). Very simple and intuitive.
I also love the built-in speedtest.net app for testing up/down speeds. Very cool!
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