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Dica para placa de rede compatà vel com OS X

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Fala galera... sou novo por aqui e tou precisando de uma dica de uma boa placa de rede pro meu pc, em slot pci , e de preferencia barata também hehe... atualmente meu pc possui uma JMC260 integrada.

 

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