MSI PC70SE 802.11n MIMO Wireless LAN PCI Card £24.99 + £2.59 postage if under £50 spend - HotUKDeals
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I will be posting 5 deals on network parts around a network with 300mbps wireless and 1000mbps aka gigabit wired connections using WPA2 encryption to protect the network. They all work together. They do have other encryptions on them as well. The parts are posted seperately because I feel it's best for searching. Remember to go to the manufacturers site and download any updates BEFORE you take your old network apart. Some may not need updates but you won't know until your setup. If you need network cables buy cheap CAT6 ones from Ebuyer when buying something else.

Also available at dabs.com for £25.85

A network card that fits into a desktop PCs PCI slot giving speeds up to 300mbps wirelss connectivity.

General Device Type Network adapter
General Form Factor Plug-in card
General Interface (Bus) Type PCI
General PCI Specification Revision PCI 2.2
General Bus Voltage 3.3 V
General Width 12 cm
General Depth 12.8 cm
General Height 1.8 cm
Networking Connectivity Technology Wireless
Networking Data Link Protocol IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft 2.0)
Networking Data Transfer Rate 300 Mbps
Networking Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Networking Status Indicators Link activity
Networking Features MIMO technology, Quality of Service (QoS), Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
Networking Compliant Standards IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.1x, Wi-Fi Protected Setup, IEEE 802.11n (draft 2.0)
Aerial Antenna External detachable
Aerial Antenna Qty 3
Expansion / Connectivity Interfaces 1 x network - Radio-Ethernet
Expansion / Connectivity Compatible Slots 1 x PCI
Miscellaneous Encryption Algorithm AES, 128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP, TKIP, WPA, WPA2
Miscellaneous Compliant Standards CE, FCC
Software / System Requirements OS Required Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit

Edition, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows Vista
Software / System Requirements Peripheral / Interface Devices PCI slot
Environmental Parameters Min Operating Temperature 0 ?30;°C
Environmental Parameters Max Operating Temperature 55 ?30;°C
Environmental Parameters Humidity Range Operating 0 - 95%
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#1
http://pictures.msi-computer.nl/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=13143&g2_serialNumber=2

actual box maybe in English...
#2
Picked up a EDIMAX card with the same spec for ~19.50 from scan t'other day so i'm not sure if this is a good deal (i got free P&P too as part of the hexus deal).
#3
I wasn't sure on the Edimax stuff so I completely avoided it. Thought it was better to go with a maker I knew like MSI. They aren't top of the range but from what I've bought of theirs in the past they do their job well. Couple of examples being a P4 mobo that I got my now ancient P4 2.4Ghz up to 3.0Ghz stable, never pushed it any further and an RX1950pro card that I'm running right now with a 20% overclock and your not supposed to be able to push those much further ... though admittedly the chip was watercooled and the gpu has a zalman vf-900 on it. I also have a couple of MSI 108Mbps wireless cards that work ok.

Not saying Edimax is rubbish, I just don't know their stuff.
#4
are these better to use than a wireless USB stick?

will it give me a better connection??

regards

yus786
#5
yus786;1684457
are these better to use than a wireless USB stick?

will it give me a better connection??

regards

yus786



Yes this will give a better connection than USB due to a few factors, the aerial being one of them, unless the USB has max signal that is :) Tell us your router make and model, there might be a far cheaper one. This has new stuff built in you may not need, unless your upgrading your network soon.
#6
Cackles
I wasn't sure on the Edimax stuff so I completely avoided it. Thought it was better to go with a maker I knew like MSI. They aren't top of the range but from what I've bought of theirs in the past they do their job well. Couple of examples being a P4 mobo that I got my now ancient P4 2.4Ghz up to 3.0Ghz stable, never pushed it any further and an RX1950pro card that I'm running right now with a 20% overclock and your not supposed to be able to push those much further ... though admittedly the chip was watercooled and the gpu has a zalman vf-900 on it. I also have a couple of MSI 108Mbps wireless cards that work ok.

Not saying Edimax is rubbish, I just don't know their stuff.


Fairy nuff mate - i've had a few EDIMAX bits and bobs and they're ok for a budget brand IMHO. I've had an MSI motherboard drop stone dead on me after 4 months as an aside - but it could happen with any brand.
It's a good price for this part. card though so good find :)
#7
dangel;1684569
Fairy nuff mate - i've had a few EDIMAX bits and bobs and they're ok for a budget brand IMHO. I've had an MSI motherboard drop stone dead on me after 4 months as an aside - but it could happen with any brand.
It's a good price for this part. card though so good find :)



Until a couple of years ago I wouldn't touch MSI stuff because years previously I had bought an MSI motherboard and it was completely ... a nightmare ... have other stuff I want to call it going through my head. Couldn't config it to run properly and it was fussy for the AGP card, though we are talking about when AGP was 1 month old, swore I wouldnt touch them again. Bought an MSI motherboard because I was skint as a replacement for my highly regarded Asus mobo that blew 2 months before the 3 year warranty was up ... wasn't even overclocked. One of the best bang for buck purchases I have made when it comes to computing.
After that happenned I had to try and get an ATI graphics card running on someones machine, another 'nightmare'. Searched for answers ... got lots of people with the same or similar problems, tricked it into running properly after 3 days ... swore I'd never buy an ATI card.

Here I am with an ATI Raedon made by MSI ... Sometimes I think life is really fiction, made to torment me. My own living hell made of irony and hypocrisy. My favourite self quote ...
#8
Cackles
Yes this will give a better connection than USB due to a few factors, the aerial being one of them, unless the USB has max signal that is :) Tell us your router make and model, there might be a far cheaper one. This has new stuff built in you may not need, unless your upgrading your network soon.


ive got a netgear dg8343g or something router and a wifi link usb, i normally get about 2 or 3 bars out of 5

yus786
#9
Can you get your router model and send me it. Can't find much on the one you gave me, maybe a typo. It ends with G so sounds like it's a wireless G so you wouldn't need the one I posted.

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