Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 (Cyclone Peak 2)/AX201 (Harrison Peak 2)/Killer Wi-Fi 6 AX1650

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  1. WhatsThePoint

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    I see lots of websites reporting the announcement but not a one with a review unit.
     
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    wifi adapter reviews are usually few and far between, unfortunately...
     
  3. WhatsThePoint

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    I reached out to my contacts at Rivet Networks about whether the Monday announcement was a paper launch or if the Killer AX1650 will soon be available to end users.

    The reply I got stated that the AX1650 was already on it's way to Amazon in the US and would be listed when they received them at the warehouses.

    So if you're interested in the Killer AX1650 keep an eye out on Amazon for the listing.
     
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    I upgraded my 13 R3 to a 9260 a few weeks ago and have a desktop with an older chip that I wanted to upgrade. Guess I will be waiting it out!
     
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    Which wireless router are you going to use with these wireless cards?

    Your Intenet downloads and uploads will still be tied to your Internet service and the sites you are connecting to plus time of day,day of week,Internet traffic,your settings,channel selection etc.
     
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