Currently running an R7800 - have an AX4200 RX43 in the house - worth it to give it a try?

ex313

Regular Contributor
family member dropped off a bunch of goods and one of that AX routers was in the box. Any thoughts on how it performs compared to a Voxel equipped R7800?
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
You'll need to tell us this story. :)
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
My condolences for your loss. I did not mean that part of the story.

The comparison between the two routers is what was intended.

After you're ready to, of course.

(I can't recall having seen an AX4200 RX43 mentioned on the forums previously).
 

ex313

Regular Contributor
No worries - it ok - not someone super close.

I am not disatisfied with the R7800 - I was just curious if there was room for improvement moving from an AC to an AX based router. From some of my readings, even though the new hardware is Broadcom based its got some serious issues. Just curious if anyone had transitioned to a newer Nighthawk unit and if it was worth changing over the hardware to test it out.
 

L&LD

Part of the Furniture
Moving from a specific model to a specific model is important when considering if AC class hardware is inferior to AX class hardware. The classes themselves mean little (on their own).

Everything is always worth testing things out on, at least for educational purposes. Please share here if you make this comparison in your environment.
 

RMinNJ

Regular Contributor
Please give it a try and let us know if you see improvements from our trusty R7800.
 

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