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RECOMMENDATIONS PLZ!!!!
I currently have the Dlink dwa-510, which i have bad signal and sometimes i even loss connection...
So yea basically need a new wireless pci card... just recommend be one of the best ones, and the budget isn't a problem.
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well ive done exhausting research on this, the best PCI is def the dLink pci or pci e Extreme N, Too bad that almost every pci card i find is draft N, thats why i finally gave up and faced the fact that i needed a USB adapter. I saw a nice one from ampedwireless (they amplify their antennas, so you have to use 2 USB ports to power it).

After my Xtreme N started dropping connections (right after i upgraded to windows 7) i just bought the amped wireless AV connect station and plugged my ethernet into it, works like a charm, plus the station extends my wifi range too.
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well ive done exhausting research on this, the best PCI is def the dLink pci or pci e Extreme N, Too bad that almost every pci card i find is draft N, thats why i finally gave up and faced the fact that i needed a USB adapter. I saw a nice one from ampedwireless (they amplify their antennas, so you have to use 2 USB ports to power it).

After my Xtreme N started dropping connections (right after i upgraded to windows 7) i just bought the amped wireless AV connect station and plugged my ethernet into it, works like a charm, plus the station extends my wifi range too.
Ok thank you!
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