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This review is from: TP-LINK Talon AD7200 Multi-Band Wi-Fi MU-MIMO Gigabit Router
Pros: -Easy to install and setup.
-UI is easy to use and understand.
Other Thoughts: -I bought this product for the 60ghz wireless connection, but for some reason, my tablet and cellphone isn't reading it on the wifi list. I'm starting to suspect that you need a special wireless modem to use it.
-The unit out of the package, the antennas are folded downwards ontop the unit. So when you set up the unit, you have to shift the antennas upward.
-The image is misleading. The size of this unit is actually bigger. The image of the unit gave me the impression that the AD7200 was a small unit, but it's actually like a 12" by 12" square.
Pros: -Had no issues setting this up and giving my mac address to my ISP.
-This product has lived up to my expectations.
-My ISP is noticeably faster.
-Configuring the router part of the product isn't far or different from configuring the a normal Netgear Router.
-This product with Time Warner Cable aka Charter providers.
Cons: -IF you disable the router section, the login into the UI part gets disabled, and you'd have to push the factory reset button to enable it back on. I couldn't get back to the Netgear UI portion after I disabled the router part. Doing this, I think it makes the C7000 a standalone Modem.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MSI Radeon R9 290X R9 290X 4GD5 BF4 4GB 512-Bit GDDR5 Video Card
Pros: CrossfireX works through PCIe Bus. There's no latency. AMD Fixed their multi-GPU solution. Easy to install, easy to run, better performance than the previous by 35%. Just purchased a third one for CrossfireX. Very little to no frame drops. All of AMD woes have been fixed for the most part.
Cons: Core Frequencies will throttle due to the massive heat. 95 degs C is the max, and this I on the stock cooling solution. Once these babies have a waterblock solution attach to them, they will stop throttling between 1000 MHz and 800 mhz.
Other Thoughts: I can imagine, with waterblock solutions, these Vanilla cards will OC past 1250 Mhz easily. Asus ARES 2 topped past 1200 Mhz on it's stock cooling solution.READ FULL REVIEW