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Pros: - 5GHz bands are FAST
- Getting 90/Mbps on Comcast on Wired or Wireless
- Easy Interface
Cons: - 2.4GHz band DOES NOT broadcast. It shows for a split second and disappears (see other notes)
- Bulky / Large
Other Thoughts: No idea why but the 2.4GHz won't broadcast and stay broadcasting at all. I was running the previous release of the firmware (Version 188.8.131.52.380.1355) and figured why not try the BETA firmware that's out right now (Beta Version 184.108.40.206.380.2697) and see if that fixes it. NOPE! Didn't work.
I have no idea why but the 2.4GHz band just won't broadcast. It shows up for a split second randomly and then disappears. I have the following settings currently and have tried the following settings:
- Smart Connect: 5GHz Smart Connect
- 2.4GHz SSID: Unique
- 5GHz SSID: Unique
The only device that is dependent on the 2.4GHz band is my NEST Thermostat. Otherwise, I can't get it to jump on 5GHz since it's not a Wireless AC device.
For a router this expensive, this needs to be fixed IMMEDIATELY. Contemplating returning it due to this issue.
NOTE: My Thermostat is less than 30 feet from the ASUS AC5300. And there are barely any walls in between them so there shouldn't be an issue with "distance" or any of that garbage.
This review is from: Logitech F310 (940-000110) Gamepad
Pros: Good D-Pad, Buttons and Joysticks
Cons: Joysticks a little stiff
Other Thoughts: The controller is great for Emulators. Plug and play and you're good. A little button configuration is needed if you want to play your old favorites. Otherwise, it's great. The joysticks are a little stiff to me but they do the job. Got it elsewhere for $15 each.
This review is from: COOLER MASTER R4-S2S-124K-GP 120mm Silent Case Fan
Pros: Plenty of Fans
Other Thoughts: Pack of 4 case fans, can't complain. They do the job and you get what you expect out of these.READ FULL REVIEW