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to get the same speeds because no ISP offers anything faster than 20mb/s anyway.
Right, this explains my 25mbps/25mbps fiber line to my house, nor this: 150 Mbps/ 35Mbps package
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Those Killer NIC's are pure marketing, they're useless.
Anyone saying they make a notable difference is full of crap.
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Visiontek is really pimping these things out. Great for them I'm not interested in such a product, but I'm sure plenty are.
    
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Those Killer NIC's are pure marketing, they're useless.
Anyone saying they make a notable difference is full of crap.
We need Tater Tot to come in here and explain to all of you how it bypasses the windows network stack....

I would, but i don't know enough to fully explain.
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Right, this explains my 25mbps/25mbps fiber line to my house, nor this: 150 Mbps/ 35Mbps package
cool, if you don't mind burning away money equivalent to a a cpu every month and extra ram from the exceeded bandwidth.
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If your router is slow and it doesn't prioritized gaming traffic the Killer NIC is not going to do much to help your latency. IMO its better to put more money into a better router that supports DD-WRT with QoS.
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We need Tater Tot to come in here and explain to all of you how it bypasses the windows network stack....

I would, but i don't know enough to fully explain.
Bypass the windows network stack? Sounds like a pile of nonsense to me.
These "Killer" cards also have a marvel chip btw.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/net...-card-review/6

People that buy those cards are the same people that buy X-Fi Fatality cards thinking they're better than regular X-Fi's.
post #18 of 48
Do these things have TOE capability? or something similar?

I guess(guess because I don't know much about this NIC) its pretty cool that they are going to integrate hardware like this. Wonder how this would perform against a server grade INTEL NIC?
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Sucks the board is going to be 500 dollars
    
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Those Killer NIC's are pure marketing, they're useless.
Anyone saying they make a notable difference is full of crap.

Have you even used one before?
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