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There's nothing wrong with it, and all things considered it's not a bad card. I'm personally a fan of these bad lads because the antenna is fantastic (same signal strength as the annoying ones that stick out but you can move it wherever) and if you feel the need to upgrade the chip along the way, you totally can. And being able to have an internal USB port (if you plug in the "extension") can be kinda handy.

There's nothing wrong with it, and all things considered it's not a bad card. I'm personally a fan of these bad lads because the antenna is fantastic (same signal strength as the annoying ones that stick out but you can move it wherever) and if you feel the need to upgrade the chip along the way, you totally can. And being able to have an internal USB port (if you plug in the "extension") can be kinda handy.

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In general, WiFi is not great for gaming. If it's possible, you should get an Ethernet cable to your PC by routing something to whatever room your PC is in.

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1 minute ago, fasauceome said:

In general, WiFi is not great for gaming. If it's possible, you should get an Ethernet cable to your PC by routing something to whatever room your PC is in.

That would be hard if the router is in the basement 2 floors down.

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2 minutes ago, Skyrux said:

That would be hard if the router is in the basement 2 floors down.

Router in the basement would make WiFi gaming awful, if not impossible. Maybe a relay while be a worthwhile investment. 

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4 minutes ago, Skyrux said:

That would be hard if the router is in the basement 2 floors down.

if anything you would have a better chance getting a reliable ethernet connection rather than a wifi connection with that sort of distance and stuff

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