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Pros: Decent clocks, good price considering the competition. I waited for the 770 GTX reviews before purchasing. This card still made the most sense, MIR for xtra coinage
Cons: Price of high performing video cards in general... considering this has been on the market for awhile now.
Other Thoughts: 770 GTX is faster, but $400 w/no games. This card $260-$280 (MIR) w/4 games that I would eventually purchase and play regardless. So, let's say games worth $60-$80 to me, that makes the card $200. Sell my 6950 for $100 now that makes this card a $100 upgrade vs. a $300 upgrade on the 770 GTX. So the question: is a 770 GTX $200 faster than a 7950? Or if I had a 7950 would I pay $200 to upgrade to a 770 GTX? I am a high end (not ultra enthusiast) bang for the buck gamer so for me the answer is an easy no. 7950 for single monitor gaming at a $100 net cost to me is IMO the bang for the buck choice YMMV.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TL-LINK TL-PA210KIT HomePlug AV 200Mbps Mini Powerline Adapter Starter Kit
Pros: They work. Setup could not be easier. No, really, I mean it. Plug them in and press a button.
Cons: Doesn't seem blazing fast, but better than the wifi I had which had to cross 50 yards and 2 walls.
Other Thoughts: Got this kit and two belkin 5e cords under $40 shipped. Win.READ FULL REVIEW