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Pros: Cheap. Works. Quiet.
Cons: Cables are a bit short for the specialty systems this will be used in.
Other Thoughts: Does not work well in a Dell Vostro 200s. 4-pin P4 connector is way too short. Will work if stretched to the limit as long as you dont have any expansion cards installed. SATA power cables could use another inch too.READ FULL REVIEW
Great range and throughput.
Traffic handling is great.
Cons: Interface is kind of a pain. Especially on the touchscreen devices it advertises being "designed for."
Had to hard reset once because interface wouldn't load on any attached devices.
Automatic firmware check didn't work.
Other Thoughts: Runs very warm. Much warmer than the D-Link Gamerlounge it replaced. Seems to handle my 20+ devices better. Definitely noticeably better range and throughput.
Haven't used the USB and don't intend to, so no comments on that.
Good performance for the price
Not power hungry
Cons: Included Radeon graphics are nice, but nothing to wow anyone
AMD VISION control panel still sucks
Other Thoughts: Great chip for a budget PC. Especially since the included graphics core is more powerful than what youd get on an equivalent Intel setup. Though, for pure number crunching an Intel competitor would still come out ahead.
Essentially an Athlon II x2 paired with a low-power Radeon.
Display Name: Aaron B.
Date Joined: 03/26/07
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