AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?

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AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2019-11-25 00:50:34

As I understand AX50 is more powerful with 3Gbps and than AX10 is 1.5Gbps, however AX10 specs says it is triple core CPU and AX50 has dual core. Is this correct? if this is correct I am expecting AX50 has different CPU than AX10 which is better. Can we get any details on CPU used in both?

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2019-11-25 21:51:43

@Subhash 

 

AX10 has a Broadcom chip, while the AX50 has a Intel chip.

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-12 12:51:57

@Tony 

 

Which processor is more efficient/powerfull?

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-12 14:41:39
Hard to say which is more powerful as you need all the specs. There is more to a processor than just cores. Also you need to know if the device takes full advantage of the cores. I would be more interested in the specs as to what the router can do. If it was me, I would get the A50 as the wireless standards supports AX standard and it has a USB port.
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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-13 15:18:22

 

bobwoj wrote

@Tony 

 

Which processor is more efficient/powerfull?

@bobwoj 

 

I agree what @ArcherC8 said, I really would look at overall features, and when looking at the router tier wise, AX50 is higher so I would go for that too.

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-14 12:49:24

@Tony 

 

Processor is the one of the most important details. Imagine if the router has connected lots of clients, which processor will be better dual core 800mhz or tricore 1.5ghz?

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-14 17:54:44
All things being equal, the Tri-core would be more powerful. But things are not equal. I have seen electronics that have specs with higher end items but when you get down to it, it was not fully utilized. One of these routers support AX so if any of your devices are now or in the future are AX, they would be running better than if they were not on AX. What does a router do with the extra core? Think of this way, a four cylinder car and a six cylinder SUV. SUV has more horsepower plus extra cylinders however uses more fuel. The car is faster than the SUV but the SUV can carry more people and cargo. Which one fits your needs the best is the one you should get. Same principal for getting a computer, modem, or router. One beef I have with router manufactures is how they rate WIFI speeds. First WIFI speed is a speed in theory. Also you will find much higher WIFI rates on non Gigabyte routers than the LAN/WAN supports. At the end of the day, you can only get internet speeds as fast as the LAN/WAN ports. Yes I know the Wireless devices can talk to/from the router at a faster speeds than the WAN/LAN, but what is the point. example: This is from another brand router although TP Link does the same. "Wireless Router – 4 x 10/100Base-TX Network LAN, 1 x 10/100Base-TX Network WAN – IEEE 802.11n (draft) – 600Mbps" Max internet speed is not 600 but 100 because of the WAN speed.
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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-14 19:36:30

@ArcherC8 

 

I meant archer ax10 and archer ax50. Both are Wifi 6 standard. Archer ax10 is cheaper but has better processor. This is illogical.

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-14 21:14:56
One has a USB port and the other does not. Also the Reception Sensitivity specs are different.
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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-15 11:13:28

@ArcherC8 

 

Agree. I'm wondering which processor is more powerful? Broadcom Tri core 1.5 ghz or Intel dual core 800mhz?

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Re:AX50 vs AC10 Core confusion?
2020-03-15 12:36:15
The Tri-core processor would be more powerful.
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