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Pros: Great card, very small and light. Plays Saints Row the Third on Ultra very nicely (I did the auto configure) and that's just one game it plays nicely on.
Cons: I'm not sure this is a con but at random, my display cuts out. I know its not the monitor (unless it busted within moments that I got the card).
For the most part, I had only been seeing it black out for a few seconds while playing Path of Exile (using hdmi 1920x1080)...and not long ago it did that while on the desktop/browsing the web. I'll try dvi as well as another monitor to try to see if maybe it's a fault hdmi slot on my card or monitor....or to see if the card could be faulty.
Other then that, great card so far (long con list compared to pros but wanted to explain my issue in detail).
Other Thoughts: I'm a EVGA fan so I knew the card would at least work when I got it....I am worried that I got a faulty one but I'm sure if I did, Newegg and EVGA will help me get the problem fixed.
(Boosted my video ratings from 3.8 graphics/3.4 gaming onboard to 7.3 graphics/gaming)
This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N150PCe (RNWD-11011) IEEE 802.11b/g/n PCIe 2.0 Wireless Adapter Up to 150Mbps Wireless Data Rates WPA/WPA2 (AES, 64,128,152-WEP with shared-key authentication) WPS (WiFi Protected Setup)
Pros: This little adapter to be honest surprised me. I was using it in some college dorms and the bandwidth was terrible with another adapter I had....but not this one. I almost always had decent enough internet to watch youtube, surf the web, and play some games. That doesn't sound super special....but my dorm had no wired internet....and terrible wireless signal.
So the fact that this little thing worked great and kept me online without headache, 5 eggs all around.
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Pros: it works, even after you get rid of the 4 pins around the sideways pin
Cons: none really i guess
Other Thoughts: so anyone that freaks out saying "this cable would never work" ignore them. it works fine, just need to modify it some lol.READ FULL REVIEW