- IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
- Up to 1750Mbps (450/1300Mbps) Wireless Data Rates
- 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz
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Works as Advertised 08/29/2013
I used this for an HTPC in the living room where I couldn't run a wire. I have a triple antenna AC router (Asus AC-66u) so I bought this and now have near gigabit speeds, allowing me and my wife to stream media to and from this computer without buffering problems, stutter, or other delays.
Bandwidth when connected is between 750 Mbps and 875 Mbs instead of 1300 Mbps that I should get for a triple antenna router and card. However, the speeds are still above what I would expect with a dual antenna card and router. So the problem could very well be interference in my house instead of the hardware itself.
Note that to get the advertised speeds, you need a corresponding AC router. If you're AC router only has two antennas instead of three, you'll be limited to 867 Mbps max even though the card is capable of higher throughput.
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