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Topic # 205952 4-Dec-2016 15:01
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Reasons I'm looking at this over the Asus RT-AC3200 - both are tri-band is has 2 5GHz bands! 

 

- Linksys has 1.8GHz dual core [better NAS performance?] vs 1 GHz dual core (although some articles say the asus has 2 CPUs??)

 

- Linksys is Mu-MIMO - Asus doesn't seem to have: now I'm hoping the router is clever enough to group all MU-MIMOs into one band and all the non MU-MIMOs into the other 5GHz band? here's hoping ...

 

Anyone owns the Linksys? I have googled to death and there isn't a single review - lots of previews though but never quite makes the review!





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  Reply # 1682516 5-Dec-2016 14:03
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Ok since no one knows about this router can I ask if the number of antenna matters. Most of these tri band ones have 6, but the linksys only has 4 ...





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