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Pros: -Extremely low price for what you get
-Easy to setup
-Keeps constant and strong connection
-Aesthetically pleasing when plugged in
Cons: -Drivers can be annoying (includes proprietary startup software that is not easily turned off)
Other Thoughts: The only big problem with this adapter is the software that runs it. The connection manager included will open on startup and that can be annoying, especially seeing as there is no easy to see way to turn it off. Windows comes with a fine wireless connection manager, you don't need to give us another one TP-Link.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS R7250X-2GD5 Radeon R7 250X 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Video Card
Pros: -Reasonable price for the specs.
-Runs games like Battlefield 3 at acceptable settings
-Supports multiple DVI monitors
-Fits into even the smallest of desktop cases
-Drivers are easily installed (includes tweaking and adjusting software stock)
Cons: -Slows down running newer games at max resolution and graphic qualities.
-Either is not strong enough for PhysX (even from games over 5 years old), or isn't compatible.
-Some older games may stutter depending on developer-proprietary settings.
Other Thoughts: In terms of the price, don't expect to be playing things like Battlefield 4 and Titanfall on max ultra settings, though it will run them nonetheless. For the price, it is well worth what you get. For the gamer who either is switching from console to PC, or the budget minded gamer, this card will do what you want. If you already have a good graphics card, and are looking for a replacement, this may or may not fit you, depending on what you want to play, and how well you want to play them.
In short, I would recommend it to gamers on a budget, it'll do what you want just fine.
This review is from: Thermaltake TR2 TR-600 600W ATX12V v2.3 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Power Supply
Pros: -Easy to setup
-Lots of cables for whatever you need to power (if you have multiple hard drives/dvd drives, graphics cards, you'll be fine)
-Includes older cables for drives that do not use SATA
-Powerful for the price
Cons: -Manual could be a little more clear about region voltage settings (had to consult the internet about default)
-Cables that aren't being used (I only needed about three out of the maybe nine or ten included) cannot be disconnected (better have a large case to hold any excess cables you don't use, which most people will find is a lot)
Other Thoughts: This is a great power supply for the price, and you will have plenty of connection cables for whatever you want to run. However, unless you plan on using all of the 12+ cables included, or have a large case to store excess cables, you may want to look at something else.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Jefferson W.
Date Joined: 11/21/12
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