The ASRock G10 performed right with all other solutions we have tested. LAN to LAN testing came in at 937Mbps.
WAN to LAN throughput reached a peak of 863Mbps with GameBoost turned off. Testing with GameBoost turned on, the ASRock G10 while these numbers aren't in our charts only reached 730 Mbps.
2.4GHz throughput of the G10 came in at 82Mbps for the 20MHz band while the 40MHz band reached 169Mbps. Both of which weren't quite up to the standard we have seen with other AC solutions.
Moving over to 5GHz testing, the 20MHz band touched 136Mbps while the 40MHz and 80MHz bands reached 249Mbps and 402Mbps, respectfully.
Comparing the 5GHz performance of this solution to the 2.4GHz performance we saw in the previous testing, the ASRock unit excels with its 5GHz radio while its 2.4GHz radio seems to be a bit weaker.
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