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Pros: Works well in the beginning with good range, speed and features
Cons: After a few months, the range slowly decreases and it starts to drop the connection.
Other Thoughts: When I first bought the router for my father's home, I thought it was great and we both loved all the features. I went off to my fall semester thinking I set him up well, but when I came back I experienced the sad truth. The range no longer reached my room (which it used to perfectly), so I had to set up my computer in the basement, which is closer to the router. This was at about 4-5 months after I bought the router.
Now, it is about 6 months old and I am starting to lose my connection in the basement (which is only about 15-20 feet away from the router). Soon it will be only a wired router, since I am sick of having constantly dropped signal. It is getting to the point where watching YouTube is not possible. Gaming or other applications that require a constant connection are simply no longer possible do to the stutter lag as the router drops signal every few seconds.
All in all, I would suggest you leave this page and find a router that will work longer than 4-6 months. I tried everything from upgrading the firmware to moving my whole entire desk and computer to another room, and the router still fails me. I feel as if Asus has cheated me out of my purchase.
Pros: Still plays new games at max
3gb dedicated RAM
Price compared to some of the NVIDIA cards
Other Thoughts: I have always been an NVIDIA guy, but I finally decided with this after debating between the NVIDIA 760 and this 7950. The reason was because of the fact that the price for performance was just simply better with this card, even though the 760 seemed to marginally beat it in some benchmarks. Anyway, I have no regrets with my decision and I love my 7950.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It is stable and reasonably priced
No problems with it
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW