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This review is from: NETGEAR WPN824N-100NAS RangeMax N150 Wireless Router IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Pros: Very stable, reliable and rarely loses connection. It usually takes a brown out. Antenna range is amazing. I have used mine for two years with no complaints. Web page setup is straight forward. Cable connections are full bandwidth of my internet connection too. Cabled file transfers with direct connection are no waiting.
Other Thoughts: Bought one originally for a friend who wanted to have a link to the internet for his TV downstairs to his Roku box and still have internet upstairs on the PC. This was a BIG house. The original add for this router boasted a strong range. They were right. I was so impressed I bought one for myself. I use it to link to my PC down stairs. Like I said two years and the same with my friend. His is still working too.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Replaced a GTX260 (which I really liked) which was 448 bit. This 256 bit blows it away. I really like the shorter length. My GTX260 was all the way up to the hard drive cage. This is a couple inches away. Runs cool, quiet and fast. Didn't need a new power supply to fire it up. A DX11 card that can keep up on it's own. Crysis plays great with everything maxed (1680x1050 my monitor oh well). Well made card!
Other Thoughts: PNY is a reputable company. Used their stuff before and have never had an issue from memory to other video cards. The packaging was above others and no installation issues. NVIDIA drivers are still young and will only get better.
Win7 Pro 64
Antec Earthwatts 750
ASUS M4N72E MB
This review is from: MSI GF615M-P33 AM3 NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE & nForce 430 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Easy install. Windows 7 Prof. 32 installed without a glitch. Using an Athlon II 250 with 4G crucial 1333 memory. Fired right up and haven't looked back. Very stable. Windows 7 has no issues. Real Tech audio 24 bit. AM3 supported. Using the BIOS it came with. Updated drivers from MSI have no issues.
Cons: PCI-X 1.0 but it is x16.
Other Thoughts: Using a 300W power supply I had lying around so its obviously easy on the gas. No problems. Repaired an old HP system for a friend that the MB died in. I want to point out that it shows as a 6150SE but it is actually a GeForce 7025/nForce 630a.READ FULL REVIEW