Wow very nice. I could see thing working well in 2 story homes when you got the router upstairs.
My rig - I7-4770K, ASUS Z87-A Mobo, 16 GB Corsair Ram, AMD 7990 GPU, CoolIT AiO Cooler, NZXT H630
I'm no networking expert, but this sounds pretty cool. I wonder if more companies are planning on releasing routers that use this tech.
Very nice!!!! When I was buying my .ac router it was between the Asus n66u and Netgear 6300 with asus winning most of the benchmarks largely due to netgears lack of any sort of beam forming at the time. I can't wait to see the updated benchmarks on smallnetbuilder, though I have no regrets with my asus.
This is a really nice router. I look forward to the update for my Netgear AC router when it comes out. (but it's pretty good already)
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
I have not as of yet grabbed an AC router yet though I have looked at a couple I wanted to see where they went for a minute because I knew there were several +'s to be had before long both in focusing technologies as well as within general capabilities and polishing of the technology.
wow incredibly impressive. nice they are advancing router technology
rapid1; Most of the .ac routers out have industry leading .11n/.11 dual-band-n performance. When I bought my n66u I knew I wouldn't have a .ac device for a long time and I still don't :( so any firmware improvements needed for that standard still don't concern me as long as the 11n side isn't affected and based on my real world use and reviews online I can say that it isn't. I think my router is like top 5 for N performance both speed and distance and by the time I actually get a .ac device most of the wrinkles will have been worked out if any. Both the 6300 and n66u were nearly flawless in smallnetbuilders testing and the 6300 just got better.
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