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Pros: Not a lot of bells and whistles. Signal strength is decent and the connection is consistent.
Cons: The product page shows an option for upgrading the antenna, but gives no means to do so.
Its like getting windows and have it advertise a web browser but not provide one.
Other Thoughts: An issue with so many computer components is they try and do so much more than what they are intended for. I don't need a card that can analyze my network, prioritize my bandwidth, and upload on one stream and download on another. Nobody in the consumer scene does. This is a wireless card, it specializes in wireless connections, and does nothing more... Perfect.
In general, you can place this device in a PCI or PCE-E slot. Currently I have this in a PCI-E slot so my video card has plenty of room to breath.
Archer T9E > WRT 1900AC > cisco modem
2K square feet, router is lower right and wireless card is upper left.
Pros: The connections used are solid.
Wires are not as rigid as my old PSU
10 year warranty
Cons: It took me a while to finally decide how I wanted to install this power supply. The power cord side was lets say facing right side up, but the component connection sides would then be upside down.
Other Thoughts: because there is a shroud over my PSU I decided to have it's own cooling system. The NZXT H440 has a bottom air filter, so I am using the back of the power supply to intake air and the fan then blows it straight out the bottom of my computer. This removed any unnecessary extra head from my case.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Performance in comparable to the 780 Ti stock clock
- Cooler dissipates heads like a charm. (Note if you computer is pumping out hot air, then it's a good thing)
- Fit in my NZXT H440 (After removing one hard drive try in the HDD bay)
-On average it uses just above 150 Watts during common loads for games.
- Black Flag with max settings at 1080P runs about 70 FPS
- League of Legends (Max Settings) - 521 FPS
Cons: Minor - Gigabyte does not seem to know what they want for color schemes. The latest G1 series mobo is red and black, but now they mixed it up with a blur LED on the G1 video card. They should make it either white or red. (imo)
Other Thoughts: System Setup:
G.Skill Sniper 1866 DDR3
Gigabyte Gaming 7 Z97 mobo
Devils Canyon 4.0 GHz Unlocked
NZXT H440 Case (Black and Red)
NAXT X61 AIO Water Cooler
Gigabyte G1 Geforce GTX970