On a Wi-Fi 6 router, you can set games to a higher priority in both wired and wireless modes.
ASUS, ROG Strix GS-AX5400 is launching another router designed primarily for gamers, and the “gameplay” of the device isn’t just embodied in the built-in, Aura-compatible RGB lighting. The dual-band device, which supports the Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) standard, can provide a combined maximum bandwidth of 5400 Mbps wirelessly, and our cables can be connected to the five Gigabit Ethernet and the only USB 3.2 Gen1 connectors.
With a three-core router equipped with a 1.5 GHz processor, 512 MB of memory and four external antennas, we can prioritize our games for both wireless and wired connections, so this type of software takes precedence when allocating bandwidth. On Wi-Fi, this “priority list” can be set up in software, and in wired mode, it’s even simpler, all you have to do is plug the PC or console running the game into the router’s dedicated Gaming Port. The software also includes a feature called VPN Fusion, which allows you to set which applications can connect directly to the Internet and which you want to transfer to a VPN server, so the latency during gaming will be minimal even if you prefer security for all our other software. foreground.
The price and time of launch of the ASUS ROG Strix GS-AX5400 are not yet known.
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