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I dont normally write reviews... BUT DAMN
Andre from Calgary writes:
- Super easy install into my PCIE on my motherboard Clean look that matches my rig Long antennas that do WORK
- I was using a walmart USB dongle for the longest time and was getting 20mb/s if i was lucky and my setup is in my basement and my router is on the main floor. Plugged this bad boy in and BAM! im getting up to 100 mb/s just like that. I dont normally write reviews but this product has made such an impact on me that it deserves one.
10/10 i would fast downloads again
Fast 1.3 Gbps from a different floor where router is.
Chris from Edmonton writes:
- -Easy Install. -Magnetic antena. -Fast speeds (I'm getting 1.3 Gbps) from a different floor of where my router is.
- -Price -Does make a weird sound, when with heavy use but it doesnt bother me.
- Overall very happy with this, amazing speed, stable. I've paired it with an ASUS AC68u Router and it works very well.
Chris from Calgary writes:
- I get 350Mbps over 50m traveling through ductwork, walls, pipes, and cabinetry to an Apple Time Capsule.
- Antenna positioning matters and considering the cable length, the antenna base always seems to get bumped. They probably should have put some two-sided tape into the box to help people with installation.
- This card easily tripled the speed of the Dlink DAP-1650 I was trying to use for the job. I can recommend it.
Great if you don't mind ticking sounds
Richard from ME North writes:
- The card gave me a huge boost over my last WiFi card. Improved my LAN speeds a lot.
- Every time I click a link, stream a video, play a game, ANYTHING that involved the internet, a ticking sound can be heard. It sounds like an old harddrive that's dying. My desktop runs pretty quite, I have an SSD and 4 fans, so the loudest thing in my set up was this card. I know it was the card since the ticking sounds coincided with the blue flashing activity indicator light at the back of the card. Returned it after one day.
- Great performance, too bad for the annoying sound. If your PC is already loud though because of fans, etc, you may not hear the ticking sounds over them. I returned it for the PCE-AC56. This one also does the ticking sound I noticed, but only when it's under very heavy load. It doesn't tick when I'm clicking on links or playing games like the AC68 does.
JD from Edmonton writes:
- WAY outperformed the ASUS USB3 ac Wifi adapter (~3X was expected, but this was ~13X the USB(3) rate @5GHz to an AC66U ac router) Much improved Internet speed stability on 2.4 GHz to the new but "lame" Shaw N modem (@ 100 down/5 up doing about 80 down ...). Worked at consistent high local large-file avg transfer rate of 300MB/s to an ASUS 66U configured as an access point
- Cable(s) to external antenna stand are just barely adequate -- realize if they were longer there would be some signal attenuation, but supplied length is really only adequate to get the antenna on top of the tower -- had to move the tower location to eliminate a few closet studs!
- Plan on buying another ASUS 68U / AC68 pair for media streaming