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    Happy with my upgrade

    For the Desktop: My old computer had a AC integrate in the X79-deluxe. I have now a motherboard with an integrate AX200 but since i'm in the same room as the router i tend to use a cable connection. My wife had a USB AC-68 from Asus. she has now an extension board from Gigabyte, based on Intel...
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    Happy with my upgrade

    Nope! and yes, for the R7500, there was no more security updates, but all other Netgear routers don't get much more of an update right now. So, you're not wrong but it's not day and night. All what I'm saying is that it is possible to be satisfy with a product that is not perfect which was my...
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    Happy with my upgrade

    Don't you overreacted a little? I know that my R7500 is no match for the R7800, but so are many others, but nonetheless it was stable, got a usable usb 3 and descent WiFi speed. Back a the time it was a good deal. Now you can try to take an idealized position, but that is a twisted logic...
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    Happy with my upgrade

    Hi all, while I don't deny that Corporations are in a run to make us buy new products on a constant basis, one must also acknowledge some progress. I just moved from a Netgear R7500 v1 to an Asus RT-88ax + 2 intel AX200. Better usb 3, Far better Wifi, better reactivity, Dual Wan (My provider...
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    CES 2020: NETGEAR Combines Wi-Fi 6 And DOCSIS 3.1 In First-Of-Kind-Modem

    In 2019, my provider has started to propose 2 Gbits/s download (600 mbits upload) instead of the 1 Gbits/s with a new model of their modem with their fiber channel. We have that connection, but still with the old modem, therefore limited to 1 Gbits/s. I already can view YouTube video in 8k at 60...
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    CES 2020: NETGEAR Debuts 5G, Wi-Fi 6 Mobile Router

    Good, if it works as expected (I'm cautious) it will allow me to relaunch an old university project. Was about time, I'm getting old ;).
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    WIFi 6E

    Hi, good work I just read about Wifi 6 - 6e. Any thoughts about it? https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/wi-fi-alliance-renews-wi-fi-6-with-version-6e-for-6ghz-band.html
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    [Asus RT-AX88U] Experiences & Discussion

    Today I was able to have 160-170 MB/s download from my router in WIFI. Apparently the new firmware is better. My previous record was 140-150MB/s. To test, I transfer simultaneously from my NAS (1 Gb/s) and an USB 3 drive connected to the router. When I download only from the USB drive I'm...
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    2019 Google Nest Router is impressive

    Well, sir we certainly are not living in the same world. Try evolutionary biology or anything that has to do with evolution and then with the nature of men and women. Try to talk about some science books like "The Bell curve". Get the red pill, we live in a propaganda world that denies reality...
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    [Asus RT-AX88U] Experiences & Discussion

    Hi folks, Just moved my network from AC to AX. Ac : Router Netgear 7500 v1 + 1 pc has P79-Deluxe on board wifi AC + PC2 has USB Asus AC-68 key. AX: Router RT-AX88U + P79-Deluxe with Gigabyte AX extension card + Asus X299-E Gaming II with onboard AX-Wifi. Both have Intel Wifi. I made a test...
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    Netgear RAX200

    Thank you. Very interesting, very detailed.
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    Netgear RAX200

    Ok, it makes more sense. And what about the processor, have you any details?
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    Netgear RAX200

    RAX120 RAX200
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    Netgear RAX200

    I just discovered that the RAX200 does have the Multi-gig feature and not the RAX120. Still very confusing.
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    Netgear RAX200

    I'm a little confuse regarding the spec of the RAX200 and RAX120. The latter has a 5GB connector and a 2.2 GHz 4 core processor. Do they use the same processor? Why on the top model, the RAX200 can't we have a 5 GB connector? Any explanation will be welcome, but I guess we will have to wait...
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