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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

Thanks Ryleh , i will get a PCI E card, is cheaper than USB in my country, but if, just if, i could buy from amazon.com USA what products reliable and stables from Tp-link would you advice me to buy? Im currently thinking if test 3 Megas service for a couple months, its expensive but i want to see how fast could go.

I am personally using this card. Pretty darn good for the price and my ping raised by about 3-5ms, that's about it. Connection is stable both in at the farm and in the city, here's a quick speedtest:



Only thing is that it doesn't have a great range, I always suspected the antennas were the culprit but with some careful positioning I get a 3-bars connection at the other corner of the house.
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WD Black 500GB+ WD Red 1TB + Crucial MX110 256GO LG 22x DVD-RW CoolerMaster TX3 in Push-Pull Windows 7- Linux Mint 
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Acer H236HL KBT Pure 60% (Cherry Brown) Silverstone Strider 850w Lian-Li V700 
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Ninox Aurora It's got Mickey Mouse on it. Beezar PupDac > ATH-AD900X 
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