Date Joined: 02/25/20
Pros: - provide good RGB lighting while filling up the empty DDR4 RAM slots.
- can configure different RGB light schemes with the Corsair iCUE software
Cons: - somewhat pricy for a non-RAM kit. Then again it’s Corsair name-brand.
Overall Review: Recommend for people wanting to shell out extra bucks to enhance the RGB lighting for their desktop while filling up the unused RAM slots.
Pros: - affordable latest ultra-fast WiFi 6 router with more than enough specs for a typical home wireless network.
- More options for configurations compared to other similar mid-range WiFi 6 routers.
- Adequate WiFi signal strength for a small-size home/condo/apartment.
- Able to handle multiple WiFi 6 capable devices at once.
- Can also configure the router via a cell phone app.
- Can set up an extended range WiFi network through an AiMesh with other Asus routers.
Cons: - Maximum WiFi 6 bandwidth (5GHz channel) is lower than the higher-spec‘d Asus RT-AX88U, though the bandwidth is more than enough for a typical home network.
- No LAN aggregation
Overall Review: Recommend for anyone wanting to set up a home network with the latest WiFi 6 wireless network standard. The specs of this router is more than enough. If wanting more gaming oriented features, might want to consider the more expensive AX11000 router.
Pros: - the latest super fast Wifi 6. Though you will need a wifi 6 capable router to take advantage of the increased speed.
- plug this card into a separately sold PCI-E adapter and you‘ll have an affordable Wifi 6 capable desktop.
Cons: - The killer wireless software has a feature to automatically prioritize bandwidth for games. If you are downloading a new game from Steam for example and used up all the available bandwidth, you might find yourself unable to surf the internet as the killer software will set your browser’s internet traffic to a lower priority. You can manually override it but it is a hassle.
Overall Review: Recommend this module for anyone wanting to upgrade to the ultra-fast Wifi 6 system and wants to take advantage of the extra gaming features on this Killer network card. Please note you will need a Wifi 6 capable router to be able to take advantage of the features this module offers.
Pros: -Simply plug in the M.2 NGFF WiFi/Bluetooth module, connect the antennas, plug into the mini PCI-E lane, and you have a working PCI-Express Desktop wireless WiFi/Bluetooth system. I used this adapter to easily set up the Wifi 6 module on my desktop.
Cons: As other reviewer mentioned, it takes some dexterity to connect the adapter’s small antennas to the Wifi module.
Overall Review: Highly recommend this product for anyone wanting to set up a desktop wireless WiFi/Bluetooth system.