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    ROG Member Array Birdflew PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by JumpthruBossDoors View Post
    Is your internet stable now with those changes?
    I have had the same issues and tried all the things as you, in various combinations too... but nothing works. No stable internet. It keeps disconnecting to a limited status.
    It was 100% Windows Cumulative update from around December-january that was causing the wifi dropout issues. I cannot recall the exact name of the update but when i uninstalled it my PC was working. I since have done a clean install of Windows 10 Creators Update RS2 and haven't had a drop out in about a month.

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    Sound CardJDS Labs O2+ODAC (RevB), USB2 UAC1
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    OS Arch, Gentoo, Win7x64, Win10x64
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    A WiFi adapter with good beam-forming will hold stronger and stabler signal/speed when objects (or bodies) obstruct the radio path.
    Quote Originally Posted by Korth View Post
    I've gone wireless - long story, but no wired network until the 10G fiber gets installed - and I found, interestingly, that the ASUS 3T3R dual band WiFi accessory provided with my ASUS X99 mobo isn't as magnificent as promised. The ASUS 3T3R gizmo is really neat (and comes "free" with ASUS mobo) and it lets you position your antennas where desired (usually high up to maximize signal and minimize ugly) - but the antennas themselves are just mediocre and it turns out there's signal latency between them and that long wire that leads to your computer (where they actually get processed). My new TP-Link Archer T9E card uses the same Broadcom chip, the same (albeit rebranded) drivers, and the same spec AC1900 - but it actually performs as promised, consistently achieving and sustaining fastest "theoretical" speeds at each band - because while the antennas all stick out of the back of your computer, and it fills up a PCIe slot (usually that tiny one above or between the GPU cards, lol), it is able to process the signal "instantly" for excellent beam-forming (meaning that it finds and holds the "best" 1300Mbps/600Mbps signal shortcuts to and from your WiFi router, directly through ten walls and three rooms and two floors and every obstacle within). The black PCB and black heatsink and black backplate are all just gravy.
    The next best option - indeed the very best option for a desktop gaming PC - is a wired network connection - Wired vs Wireless

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    ROG Member Array Birdflew PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Korth View Post
    A WiFi adapter with good beam-forming will hold stronger and stabler signal/speed when objects (or bodies) obstruct the radio path.

    The next best option - indeed the very best option for a desktop gaming PC - is a wired network connection - Wired vs Wireless
    It wasn't a Wired vs. Wireless issue. It was Microsoft and their crappy updates. I wasted 2 months trying to diagnose the issue. My PC runs at full speed no drop outs anymore.

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