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Pros: Works fine in an older mini-ATX MB. Went from 4GB to 8GB.
Cons: I had two pair of 1GB dual channels for a total of 4GB; I first got just one of these, intending to bump up to 6GB. But my computer wouldn't boot no matter what I tried, so had to get a second pair of these. DDR2 is pricey for what is old tech now.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works good for X-Plane, following their instructions on adjusting raster options I can get good quality video and still maintain 25-30 fps.
Cons: Covers up my only PCIE-X1 slot on my mini ATX board so can't use my USB 3 adapter card :( Should have got the low-profile version.
Other Thoughts: Easy install and setup.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is still the recommended wifi adapter for penetration testing, i.e. Wifi cracking. Works fine for that.
Cons: Doesn't do 5 GHz or N speed wifi.
Other Thoughts: If you just want a wifi adapter for Internet access get another one with dual frequency and at least 802.11n or better speed. But for wifi security testing with e.g. Backtrack or Kali Linux this is the one to get. You can also increase the max antenna power.READ FULL REVIEW