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Need some good wireless Hardware.

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I am limited to wireless where my pc is because of the router being on the first floor of my house and a cable is not worth the extreme effort to get that up here. I have a WRT54GX4 now and a WUSB54G on my rig. Signal is still only 60% and which it fluctuates and adds some famous ping. What would be a good choice for like 100% most of the time and full link quality?
    
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Phenom X2 550@3.9 1.38 volts Gigabyte US2H HD4870 6G of OCZ Platinum XTC DDR2 1000 
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Raptor's n Caviar's Windows 7 ultimate X64 HP 24inch 1080p Silverstone 650 
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Gigabyte 3D Aurora RAD MOD 
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You can't go wrong with Linksys.

It all depends on how much you're willing to spend, but go pretty high-end ($70~+), then you're good to go.

Linksys FTW.
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