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Pros: Quality Made
Has 2 Adjustable - Antenna
USB Cord acts as an extension cord
Has a good solid feel to it
WiFi Software is included that is a cool feature
Cons: Absolutely None
Other Thoughts: As soon as I took it out of the package I could feel that it had a nice weight to it and that it was made well. I went from a Netgear A6200 USB WiFi Adapter to this and the signal quality and strength doubled and I am showing 5 bars. I am thoroughly impressed with this device. And what is even cooler is that I have 2 outdoor antennas with a wifi cable that I can attach in place of one of the antenna to go outside and get a greater range of signal. I must say Rosewill is a good brand and honestly it may seem generic but to me Rosewill makes some really good products. This is my 3rd so far and I don't have any complaints.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NVIDIA Coupon Metro: Last Light
Pros: Has beautifully detailed graphics
Is a well thought out game with a well thought out environment
Has a really beautiful ambiance to the game
The game is immersive and hooks you in for a nice ride
Cons: To truly enjoy this game you need an Intel Core i7 3930k or above CPU with at least a GTX 780 to truly enjoy the graphics that this game has to offer.
Other Thoughts: I've got what some would consider a high end gaming PC and I am only getting 30 frames per second with setting maxed out. Ive got an Intel Core i7 3930k stock with an Nvidia GTX 780 by Gigabyte and I have this game maxed out on settings and I can tell that this game is challenging my system. Im only getting 25 to 30 frames per second. Though I will say that this game has some awesome graphics and is extremely immersive. I will post an update once I have purchased another GTX 780 to go into SLI and I truly hope for a better frame rate cause this game makes me sad cause I have invested my hard earned money into some high end parts hoping to be on top of things and this game challenges my system very much.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HT | OMEGA eClaro 7.1 Channels 24-bit 192KHz PCI Express x1 Interface Sound Card
Pros: Leaves a small footprint in my case
Sounds are very crisp and clear now
Small yet Powerful
Feels solid and well made, definitely does not appear to be cheap
The software allows me to adjust the volume of each speaker independently.
Has a single D-Sub connector which then splits off to multiple I/O which is a nice touch.
Cons: None I am not an audiophile I don't have a lot of music industry experience so to speak so I can't identify any cons though I do have two good working ears and I can honestly say that the sound coming from this card is clear and is powerful.
Like the other reviewers have stated the software seems like it was from the 80's or 90's but honestly I would much rather have rock solid, consistent software than new buggy software that always requires updates so in that sense this card and its manufacturers are great and the software is very functional which is all that matters to me.
Other Thoughts: I've had the Creative X-Fi circa 2006 and then I got the HT Omega Stryker 7.1 and the creative had some good sound it was good for gaming but the software was a bit buggy at times and it was almost to crisp sometimes. The HT Omega Stryker I had owned had great mid range sound and it was good but not for gaming but this card sounds really crisp and clear and feels powerful. I love how I plug in a D-Sub I/O and then I plug in all of my side rear and subs into the cables that then come out of the D-Sub connector.
Overall I happy with this sound card I had an Asus Xonar DX 7.1 and that was great but it didn't have that rich, powerful, crystal clear quality to it that this card has and I am so glad I gave it a chance. I wish I had a PCI slot so I could add the HT Omega Claro Halo card so I could have a dedicated headphone card but this card should do the trick as far as the headphone department is concerned.
Again thanks to Newegg for all of the products you guys carry I swear most of my paychecks go to you guys cause I will never be content with good enough, I must upgrade and get a bigger and badder system!!!!!!!!
My Current Baby!!!
- Intel Core i7 3930k @ 3.2GHz
- 32GB of G. Skill DDR3 Ram running @ 1600MHz
- Gigabyte GTX 780 with 3GB's of GDDR5 Ram
- HT Omega eClaro Audio Card
- Logitech G500 Laser Gaming Mouse
- Microsoft 4000 Ergonomic Keyboard (w/ the front handrest tilted all the way up for extra comfort)
- Rosewill USB 3.0 Multi-Card Reader Front Panel
- Dual G. Skill Phoenix III Solid State Disks running together in a Raid 0 Configuration
- Asus 24x DVD Burner
- MSI X79A-GD45 Motherboard with the LGA 2011 Socket
- AOC e2752Vh 27" LED Monitor w/ 2ms Response time and Full High Definition @ 1920x1080
- Rosewill 600 watt Gold Rated Power Supply
- All wrapped inside a Corsair Graphite Series 600T "Steel Silver" Computer Case