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Synology RT2600ac WiFi Router Review: A New Market Player

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Testing Methodology

 

System Configuration I
CPUAMD FX-8370E
MotherboardASRock 990FX Killer
Ram2 GB G.Skill F3-12800CL9q DDR3-1600
GPUGigabyte Radeon R9 290
Hard DrivesSamsung 850 EVO 256gb SSD
Network CardsDual Port Intel Pro/1000 PT
Power SupplyCooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W

 

System Configuration II
CPUAMD FX-8320E
MotherboardASRock 990FX Killer
Ram2 GB G.Skill F3-12800CL9q DDR3-1600
GPUGigabyte Radeon R9 290
Hard DrivesKingston 240gb SSD
Network CardsDual Port Intel Pro/1000 PT(Disabled)

WiFi Adapter Asus PCE-AC88

Power SupplyEVGA 550 G2

Network Layout

There were no adjustments to Synology RT2600Aac Wireless Router to fine tune ultimate performance settings. All tests were done in the closed/dedicated environment. One CAT 6 cable was connected to the System I from the LAN port of Synology RT2600ac. Testing on System I was done with only 1 network card active; the Killer network card and the corresponding software were disabled for the testing. System II was used with ASUS PCE-AC88 WiFi Adapter. The purpose of using Systems I and II is to show the corresponding speeds between LAN and Wireless connections. Additional testing to the Internet were done from each of the connections from the router.

Software

All testing is done based off of System I and II and Internet.

To test Synology RT2600ac Performance between System I and II I have used LAN Speed Test toolkit. LAN Speed Test is a benchmarking tool which allows testing of upstream and downstream connections. Server software was installed on System I and client software was installed on System II.

WiFi Transmitter (2.4GHz)

Speed test to the Internet (via 2.5GHz Connection)

WiFi Transmitter (5GHz)

Speed test to the Internet (via 5GHz Connection)

Ethernet Connection

Speed test to the Internet (via Ethernet)

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Alex Lusakhpuryan

Alex has been part of the media scene for about 15 years now. As a Sr IT Systems Engineer by day and media reviewer by night, Alex brings his expertise in networking and storage aspects of the technology as well as in overall knowledge of the latest technologies.

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