Summary: It can't get any simpler than this little pci-e x1 wireless card... installed on a win 7 64 bit ultimate machine and bam no drivers needed... it just picked it up... and it connected to my Netgear WN802T V2 access point at 150Mbps... it is really an N150 as I realised my Acer laptop connected at 300Mbps and my Qosmio connected at 150Mbps... all in all it is still dang fast... Folks it is time to get a second access point... you need a G and an N...
Summary: Pros I bought this card mainly to fill my PCI-E slot, and for future wireless N use. Right now I'm using a wireless G signal provided by the cable company. I figured I would try this card before doing a costly upgrade to a wireless N router. Testing my connection via Ethernet I'll top out around 20Mbps down, and 2 Mbps up. I have my desktop about 50 feet away from the modem, and through 3 walls. I'm constantly pulling 12 Mbps down, and 2 Mbps up.
Summary: This wireless card is amazing. Right off the bat perfect connection. Actually installed its own drivers without me putting in the disk. I still installed drivers of the disk anyway because i like to be sure the correct drivers were installed. Using it on a Micro ATX mobo with a Visiontek HD 5670 graphics card. The fit is very tight, i got lucky this time, i was able to use a cutting wheel to make a perfect cut for it to fit.
Summary: I purchased this card to hopefully be compatible with my newly built computer with an asus motherboard. I installed the card and the system would not recognize the card. I later found out that the system was not recognizing the pci slot that the card was in. If your card does not work, check the drivers to see if microsoft has added an acs 6xxx driver that shows as having a problem.
Summary: I have an older PC that had Windows Vista (yuck) on it, and I recently upgraded to Windows 7 (32 bit). When I upgraded, the wireless G card I had previously installed no longer worked with W7. So, I had to get something to replace it. I have an Asus motherboard, Asus wireless N router (RT-N16), and have always loved their products, so it was a no-brainer for me to get the wireless N card.