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-High Max power
(80+ Bronze in actuality but still efficient)
Cons: -12v rail not stable enough to run a SINGLE GTX 780 without major crashing issues
-Cannot run any 3D game/program without crashing
Other Thoughts: Works well enough to get into windows, but as soon as a load is put on it (PCIE) It cannot handle it and windows crashesREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR740N Wireless N150 Home Router, 150Mbps, IP QoS, WPS Button
-Ease of setup
-Plug-N-Play detection and setup through Windows 7, no CD install needed.
-Performs like a 60+ dollar router
Cons: -Range maybe?
Other Thoughts: Plugged in the power and ethernet, connected, and a message popped up asking me to configure. Typed name and password with security mode and boom, network was up and running in seconds from being plugged in.
I can't comment on range because I live in an apartment (1400 sq. ft), and it is covered perfectly. It seems fine though. Runs well and is super easy to set up. Wireless N is fast! Love it. Great buy. Cheap, but without the "cheap" performance.
Pros: -Fast card, runs BF3 on ultra 1080p no questions asked
-Price (has kept value for over a year)
Cons: -Fan can be loud at times
Other Thoughts: Great card to this day, current gen GFX cards not worth the money, might as well skip the current gen cards honestly.READ FULL REVIEW
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