Works, but not the best fit for everyone. Literally.
Eric W., Newegg
5 June 2012
Summary: Also, despite being N-compatible, I was not able to connect to my Netgear WNDR3700's N network, instead having to resort to its legacy G network. I'm not sure why this is, but I haven't had similar connection issues with other wireless adapters.
Pros: The adapter connects quickly and gets good reception provided you bypass the included, superfluous connection utility. Install the drivers manually using the Windows Device Manager, and you'll be fine.
Cons: The card will not mount properly in my Apex DM-318. The bracket is about 1/2 cm too high relative to the back of the case.
Summary: The bracket is just mounted too high and sticks up too far to shut my quick-lock on the used for all the other brackets :(
Pros: Great reception, easy software installation
Cons: I read the other reviews for this product and thought for sure it would fit no problem. But the bracket is actually mounted about a 1/2 cm too high on the card. The bracket is the right size when compared to the size of other brackets that fit in my system and the card fits nicely into my PCI slot.