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Pros: Good resolution at 1920X1280 even at the 15 frames per second. The night time recording is pretty good out to about 20-25 ft. I am using Blue Iris and it uses up about 3-4 percent CPU per camera on a I7 2770K overclocked to 4.1Ghz on all 4 CPU's. It takes less CPU at night when camera is in IR mode due to less data being sent. I am using mine on wi-fi and I have had no problem going thru 2 hardwood floors to the basement router. The first camera I bought was a D-Link 2132L 1080X720 and I was not impressed. This camera is much better. It comes with Ethernet cable, power supply, stand and software. I have ordered 3 more.
Cons: Power cable could be 9ft longer, it is about 6 ft.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend it. for the price it is good. it is the same camera as the hikvision 2432 but not 3mbREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: They work to start with
Cons: I bought 2 of these power supplies and both died within 5 years. One just died no power up period. The other started causing machine check on the CPU and I thought my CPU was bad. I happen to have a cheap PS that came with the case, so I tried it. The PC is running fine ever since. I have sever PC's with Antec PS's and I have never had a Problem with them after 8 years. No more Cooler Master PS for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It worked
Cons: It did not work very well. I was replacing an Intel PCI not PCIe network card in a small server I have thinking I would get more thruput with a PCIe card. Well this card sure did not do it. After installing the card and installing the provided driver, the max speed was 11,000kbytes per second. I put the old Intel brand PCI card back in and I get 51,000Kbytes per second. I don't know what the problem is but I am staying with the old PCI card.
Other Thoughts: There is some kind of a problem with this card. It is sold as a SYBA card but when it comes it is a card made in china with the model number SI-PEX24038 but nothing about SYBA. The brand name on the box is IOCREST.READ FULL REVIEW