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Pros: Absolutely the best router on market. I've had it for over three months. Works fine without changing the key interval as others have complained. Running with the latest firmware. Never drops connections, very stable and no issues at all. Very happy with it. I don't understand why others are having so many issues. I always keep a spare router just in case if one fails.
Other Thoughts: It's doing what it is designed for.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Installed 2x8Gb ddr4-2400 Ballistix sticks in slots 1 & 5, along with an i7-5820k cpu, cooler and the graphics card. Fired it up and voilà! booted with no hesitation. Installed the needed drivers. The SSD that was used had win8.1 and this is the fourth time using a different MB and not changing anything in the SSD and each time the system booted into windows activated automatically with no problems. The only problem that I ran into was unable to remove the z97 chipset drivers. But I found an online driver remove free software and that helped loading the x99 drivers. So far the MB works flawlessly. Having been an Asus user for a long long time, MSI for a change has got my attention. Very happy with this MB. Just as a note, please do not install the killer package. Install only the driver part. Although the MB was working fine with the factory Bios, I went and upgraded to the latest. Definitely a keeper.
Other Thoughts: Don't understand why so called techies (High tech level) get defective motherboards all the time. They screw up the MB by tweaking the wrong voltages and eventually either messing up the memory slots or cpu slots and blaming MSI or any other manufacturer for making bad boards. Read the manual and FAQ's before passing lousy comments.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Linksys EA9200-4A Wireless AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router
Pros: Definitely a performer. Previously used R8000, R7000 and WRT1900AC. Although none of the above routers under performed, but had dead spots. The EA9200 seems to have overcome this. The throughput is strong beyond 50 feet. The same dead spots that were not covered before are covered with strong signal. Thanks Newegg for fast shipping.
Cons: One con. Software developers are sometimes the dumbest people. They don't think. Whether it is the WRT1900AC or EA9200, they have combined the IP Release and Renew into one button. How in the world are you going to release it if you were to replace with another router? Either you have to call the ISP to release it or wait for few hours for the lease to expire. I have worked with so many different router manufacturers, and have never seen IP release and renew combo. Such a dumb idea.
Other Thoughts: Linksys you need to separate the IP release and renew link in the next firmware update.READ FULL REVIEW