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Old 01-06-2013, 09:31 PM   #61
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ASUS RT-AC68U

Some shoots on the ASUS RT-AC68U looks like

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Looks good?
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Old 01-06-2013, 09:44 PM   #62
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ASUS DSL-N66U

A worthy mention of the newest upcoming ASUS DSL-N66U as well.

Do note that this product might not be available for Singapore market.

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Old 01-06-2013, 09:58 PM   #63
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ASUS USB AC56U
Wondering when will they come out with 3stream AC USB adapters?
I don't care if USB2.0 is the bottleneck
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How come u dun care whether USB 2.0 is bottleneck or not?


ASUS USB AC56U
Wondering when will they come out with 3stream AC USB adapters?
I don't care if USB2.0 is the bottleneck
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:08 PM   #65
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How come u dun care whether USB 2.0 is bottleneck or not?
because the conditions to achieve the perfect maximum wifi and signal in our dense living enviroment would mean you can actually use the cable instead
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:17 PM   #66
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My USB-AC53 connected at 526mbps(from living room to room). Max transfer is around 34MB/s (272mbps). I believe if it is PCI or USB3, I can achieve a higher transfer rate.


because the conditions to achieve the perfect maximum wifi and signal in our dense living enviroment would mean you can actually use the cable instead
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:26 PM   #67
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is this 3T3R ?


Exciting times in the coming days

I should be seeing the ASUS USB AC56U this coming week

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because the conditions to achieve the perfect maximum wifi and signal in our dense living enviroment would mean you can actually use the cable instead
I do not agree to this

My USB-AC53 connected at 526mbps(from living room to room). Max transfer is around 34MB/s (272mbps). I believe if it is PCI or USB3, I can achieve a higher transfer rate.
Exactly
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:37 PM   #69
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My USB-AC53 connected at 526mbps(from living room to room). Max transfer is around 34MB/s (272mbps). I believe if it is PCI or USB3, I can achieve a higher transfer rate.
can you get more than 40MB/s when right beside the router?
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I do not agree to this



Exactly
AC66U paired with pce-ac66 can only achieve 500mbps at close range.
500/3x2 = 333mbps
272 looks quite close once you factor in the wall, and 500mbps was based on 2 simultaneous transfers.

I rather have 3 stream to "boost" the transfer speed in situations where signal isn't as strong. I'm greedy

3 stream usb3 can be backward friendly with usb2, and allows us consumers to continue using it when upgrading from older machines to newer ones. well they'll be able to milk more if they release bit by bit
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:03 PM   #71
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Never try that before. If bottleneck is due to the interface, then how near also no use.

My USB thumbdrive when connect using USB2 port, transfer only 30 plus MB/s. When using USB3, I can easily get 75 to 100MB/s. I believe that's the limit for USB2 although it has a speed limit of 480mbps(60MB/s).


can you get more than 40MB/s when right beside the router?
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Never try that before. If bottleneck is due to the interface, then how near also no use.

My USB thumbdrive when connect using USB2 port, transfer only 30 plus MB/s. When using USB3, I can easily get 75 to 100MB/s. I believe that's the limit for USB2 although it has a speed limit of 480mbps(60MB/s).
43% overhead seems too high to me
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AC66U paired with pce-ac66 can only achieve 500mbps at close range.
500/3x2 = 333mbps
272 looks quite close once you factor in the wall, and 500mbps was based on 2 simultaneous transfers.

I rather have 3 stream to "boost" the transfer speed in situations where signal isn't as strong. I'm greedy

3 stream usb3 can be backward friendly with usb2, and allows us consumers to continue using it when upgrading from older machines to newer ones. well they'll be able to milk more if they release bit by bit


if you are greedy, you should prefer USB3.0 then

what you written above does not justify what you claimed either.
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Never try that before. If bottleneck is due to the interface, then how near also no use.

My USB thumbdrive when connect using USB2 port, transfer only 30 plus MB/s. When using USB3, I can easily get 75 to 100MB/s. I believe that's the limit for USB2 although it has a speed limit of 480mbps(60MB/s).
have no choice but to agree to this.

i don't really understand what he meant.
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That's what I think. But I have tried on different computer USB2 ports, I can only get that fast. I believe bottleneck is not the thumb drive because USB can get over 75MB/s.



43% overhead seems too high to me
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