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Pros: I have owned this same video card for almost 2 years now. I bought it as the first choice for the first desktop I built by myself, and it was obviously a fine choice as I have not had one single debilitating issue with it since I took it out of the box. It's a bit bulky, but it is definitely worth the price, and is a total powerhouse. It has run everything I have thrown at it without a hitch.
Cons: None. Worth the money if you tend to frequently use power it offers.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link DWA-556 Xtreme Desktop Adapter IEEE 802.11g/n PCI Express
Pros: A bit on the higher end when it comes to standard home use, but I bought this adapter close to 2 years ago because I live in the backwoods where we are unable to receive any Internet service other than dial-up, which I refuse to use since I am so use to working with some sort of high-speed connection. I am able to pick up 3-4 bars any day of the week from a wireless signal emitted by a hotel about a quarter of a mile away from my house, even through all of the trees. I'd say this was worth the extra money, as it definitely does its job. It also comes with software that helps display/run the wireless signals, but I usually don't use it. This adapter integrates with the stock Windows wireless manager very nicely.
Cons: None, really.
Other Thoughts: If you need a reliable adapter that is easy to integrate and does the job its intended, look no further. Just remember to play around with the antennas a little bit to get your strongest signal strength if need be(which can be checked in percentage form by using the wireless management software that comes with the disk...kind of neat, actually).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought a pair of these when I first built my current computer, so I've been running on those since then. Had absolutely no issues with them during the year or so since then, so I decided to buy another set. Extremely easy to install. Literally plug n play with these sticks. No errors with either of them. Stuck 'em in, checked my RAM readings at first bootup, and it jumped from 4gb to 8gb without any hassles. Fantastic!
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW