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Pros: actually hits 450 megabit all the time. actual-real-world throughput about 15-20 megabytes per sec when copying files from 20 feet thru an apartment wall. it copied 5 gigs in about 5 minutes. viable replacement for usb2 or 100 base-t when paired with a good router or ap. no os locks, no dropped signal. new drivers reccomended. no os locks, no dropped connections- get new drivers and set power management in the driver to high performance.
Cons: killer nics have slightly lower latency, but lower throughput than this card, hardcore gamers willing to give up throughput may want to check them out instead. wired gigabit still crushes this and all wifi in throughput. this card runs very hot to the touch when working at full load.
Other Thoughts: you need a fast new router to take full advantage. my old lynksys e3000 varied real world throughput 1-7 megabytes when copying files. e4200v2 game me 10-15. asus n66-u gets me consistent 15-20 MB throughput when copying files. don't judge by the "bars" ---judge real world throughputREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Zippy BL-741 USB V.2.0 512 Color Gradation Illuminated Backlight Keyboard
Pros: great feel. bright. aquatest gives me n-key=6 and i can confirm all 6 keys in the game cluster can be pressed at once. no ghosting. short key-throw so it feels like a fast reacting keyboard. layout is good -extra large enter key slightly short r-shift key. compact overall
Cons: it was not free
Other Thoughts: it's like having a full size ibm/lenovo ThinkPad keyboard with an adjustable backlight. backlighting is adjustable in rgb color space--literally 3 switches to control r, g, b . each switch allows 8 levels of brightness for each color. can save made up color to a save , without having to find your favorite color every time u plug inREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Moray+ 3.5mm Connector Canal Mobile Gaming Communicator
Pros: sound about as good as my gf's klipsch s4-i which cost 100$
great mids and bass, no distortion at higher volumes
Cons: not a con but a desired improvement: improve headset to include noise cancelling mic. people tell me i sound great and ask who is in the background talking, cause they sound great too.
Other Thoughts: best headset/earbud value under 50$ i could find. ( i bought with a 10$ newegg coupon)
bundle is a bit gimmicky for ME: i will never use the psp/dsi adapters. i wish there was an oem version of this with just headset (no adapters or puches) for less money, that would make this the best headset value eva. i already bought 2 of these (for roomie and myself) and would buy a 3rd if i needed it