Now at last we are pleased to offer the TV tuner cards which Media Center fans have been longing for. These latest PCI Express cards from South-Korean DVB experts TBS Technologies offer the ability to receive standard and high definition TV channels and come in a choice of terrestrial or satellite models along with quad or dual tuners on one card. Despite their capabilities the cards are physically quite small and the dual-tuner models can be fitted with a low-profile or standard-height PCI backplate (both are supplied) so they will fit into a low-profile or full size case. And if the ability to record up to four TV channels simultaneously isn't enough you can even install more than one card - this scenario is fully supported by the WHQL 32-bit and 64-bit Windows drivers. Please note that for the satellite (DVB-S2) models it is advisable to connect a 6-pin PCI Express power cable to the card in order to ensure that it will receive enough power because some motherboards cannot supply enough power through their PCIe slots. Most PC power supplies have this 6-pin power cable built-in since it is intended to be used for the purpose of providing extra power to 3D gaming graphics cards. Nonetheless the TBS cards come with an adapter which can be connected to a standard spare Molex 4-pin power connector instead. The TV tuner cards all come with a remote control and a small IR receiver which can be mounted on or near your PC and plugged into the TV tuner card allowing the TV channel and other controls to be conveniently changed when you are sat away from your PC. The DVB-T cards come with a small detachable telescopic indoor aerial but we generally recommend the use of a professionally-installed outdoor aerial wherever possible. Windows 7 Power-saving / resume from sleep Some customers have reported that the TV tuners on these TBS cards become disabled after the PC resumes from sleep mode. This is due to Windows 7's power saving configuration on the PCI Express bus. In order to prevent the problem occurring please change the PCI Express Link State Power Management setting to 'off'. It can be found in Control Panel > Power Options > Change Plan Settings > Change advanced power settings > PCI Express > Link State Power Management.