A good wireless pci adapter that works with 64 bit OS?

Anyone know of a good one? I bought a Linksys WMP600N at Best Buy. The guys there said it would work. I haven't tried it yet, but have heard mixed things about whether it will or not. I'm having other hardware issues going to 64-bit Os, so I can't really try it right now, but I'm hoping to try it soon if I can get my keyboard and mouse to work.
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  1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833340013

    I just came across this on newegg, says it supports windows 7 and 64-bit operating systems. Not a bad price for an N too, but it only has one review (a good review) and I have never heard of the brand.

    Anyone heard anything about this?
  2. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833315078

    This is the one I think, I am in the market for a 64-bit wireless adapter as well, and might just get this one. Several reviewers mention fantastic support for Windows 7 64-bit OS as well.
  3. how are the results? I'm also interested in a good wireless PCI card / 64 bit. Does the "gaming" option work well?

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  5. I had a Linksys WUSB54GS that isn't compatible with 7x64. I used Linksys' live chat support to make sure I replaced it with a product that would be, and the live chat support person informed me that currently (as of 3/18/10) NO Linksys PCI wireless adapters have 7x64 drivers, but that "We are working closely with Microsoft to develop drivers that will be compatible" or some such patronization.
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