Aorus 17G - AX200 160Mhz - bad wifi speed

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  1. Bailante

    Bailante Notebook Geek

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    Hi everyone!

    On my old laptop with Killer card I have 250+ Mbps download speeds on my wifi network (which is 300Mbps).

    On my new Aorus 17G, it stays under 50-60 Mbps no matter which settings I've tried in the card drivers (tried ax, ac, also updated drivers to 22.70 and rolled them back to 22.40 - with no visible effect).
    Can someone help please?

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  2. toastofman

    toastofman Notebook Guru

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    I've read threads about changing your WiFi channel width to 80 mhz, updating your router firmware, and other things that you've tried. It seems to be a big issue with the Intel WiFi 6 AX200, a lot of people have issues with proper speeds on it. Some people have reported higher speeds with it using 2.4ghz over 5ghz, which is wild. It might just be a really picky adapter, but you've already done several of the things I can find with a quick search!
     
  3. Bailante

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    Yeah.. Funnily enough, in my card's settings it shows only 20Mhz or Auto options for channel... (even though in the router I can select 20/40/80).
    Maybe trying older drivers, but not sure which ones...
    I have not tried 2.4, lets see... - half the speed on 2.4. Did not help... Hmm..
     
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    Does anyone know how to roll back drivers to the version before (found that it might help), if the "roll back" button already grayed out? I've downloaded a version which allegedly helped someone else, but it won't let me install it as it is back from 2018
     
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    Can't you uninstall the device, load the driver somewhere, and have it install the driver from the location you loaded the driver? I seem to remember having to run add new hardware so it scans for uninstalled devices... But that could be the old way to do it.
     
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    Yeah, I've tried doing that. |It still goes to driver version 22.4
     
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