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Pros: - Extremely reliable
- Great signal and speeds
- Custom FW support
- Versatile features
- Still being sold today
Cons: - Only wireless B/G
- Could use a external design refresh
Other Thoughts: Well it's only wireless B/G. But the majority of people's connection still don't even saturate those speeds, even today. If your connection does exceed them, sadly this is not the router for you. I think wired connections top out around ~30,000 kb/s.
If your internet is slower than that, this is the router to get. By far. It's ability to run custom firmwares (DD-WRT/Tomato/OpenWRT) which are cram packed with extra useful features and it's overall un-heard of reliability make this thing a value at nearly twice it's asking price.
Got mine in 2004. It still rocks on to this day. Highly recommended to install some kind of custom FW. So worth it and extends to the life and usefulness of the product. It really has been a terrific and reliable piece of kit.
Pros: Amazing value at the time of purchase
Overclocks like a dream
Unlocked voltage control
Runs a cool 28c idle
Runs a cool 63c loaded
Quite. The cooler is just great
Plays anything at very high settings
Small form factor
Cons: Ugly card aesthetically
Yeah, that's about it..
Other Thoughts: Amazing card for those on a budget. Plays anything at very high sometimes higher settings. Cool running card, for sure.
The only way one would see the true value in this card is if their going to overclock it. That's when it will shine. And OC'ing on this thing is simple. Voltage was unlocked on mine as well. 1150/1400/1.15v
This card is still quite relevant even by todays gaming standards. Crossfire these suckers and go hard.
This review is from: AMD Sempron 64 3100+ Palermo Single-Core 1.8GHz Socket 754 Processor SDA3100AIO3BX
Pros: Price to performance ratio is really high with this little chip. A nice performer and a easy overclocker.
Runs cool and efficient.
Cons: Socket 754 OEM
Other Thoughts: This sucker is tough, and keeps an old XP box alive and snappy still in 2014, lol. It overclocks very well, and seems to be very cool running, never breaking 50 under high loads.
Compared to an Intel/XP system I used to have (2.8 Ghz P4) this Sempron makes Windows feel more responsive, and over all a bit faster. Hah... Great CPU.
Windows XP Pro x64
2.5GB DDR RAM
80GB SATA HDD
250GB SATA HDD
GeForce 8400GS 1GB
Sound Blaster Audio
Antec Earthwatts 380w PSU
Azza Solano 1000R case