From https://www.qualcomm.com/products/ipq8065R7800 has a dual-core 1.7 GHz processor NOT a quad-core 1.7 GHz
The IPQ8065 is a quad-core network processor designed to bring unprecedented performance and power efficiency to Wi-Fi routers and gateways. It combines a powerful, dual-core Qualcomm® Krait™ CPU (1.7 GHz) for control plane and applications, with a dual-core 800 MHz Network Subsystem (NSS) to accelerate packet processing.
Indeed. This is very interesting review, thanks! I would love to have one but I just bought AC68U a few months ago.
Which results? I use an Intel 2x2 adapter for throughput vs. attenuation. The Veriwave is used only for 4x4 max wireless throughput.will be doing my own testing with 4 x 4 pce-ac88 adapters when i get time and will be interesting to see if i track the same results as yours
nope its molded as part of the case , i too was surprised there is no physical way to remove the legsI thought maybe the legs were somehow removable but the reviewer just missed it........but if you say it, I believe it.
maybe thats just one step too far for them at this stageI would like to see them come up with a Mesh solution as well!
It's dual core. And Qualcomm is being very, very misleading, IMO. Many of these RISC based processors used, have a packet processing/offloading/accelerator(s) (whatever they/you want to call'em). So, basically you can say something like the BCM4706 is a triple core, if you go by their standards. Because of the dual core ARM and then packet processing engine that is integrated. But I say no, it has two ARM core and two NSS (Network Subsystem) at 800MHz that offload the ARM cores of packet processing.
Just my opinion though.....