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  1. I purchased a Killer Wireless-N to replaced the Intel 2230 that my Y500 came with. So I ran some quick tests, on the 5-ghz and 2.4-ghz bands using speed test and my NAS. 5-ghz Speed Test Ping 25 ms Download 26.16 mbps Upload 5.37 mbps NAS Download 12 mbps Upload 6 mbps 2.4-ghz Speed Test Ping 25 ms Download 15.97 mbps Upload 5.22 mbps NAS Download 3 mbps Upload 1 mbps Ethernet Speed Test Ping 15 ms Download 27.35 mbps Upload 5.41 mbps NAS Download 9.1 mbps Upload 15.2 mbps All in all the Killer so far seems like a very good card, adding only 10 ms of ping when compared to Ethernet. I will probably update this post as I collect real world observations.
  2. This card looks beast! Just wondering if would be compatible with the M18? At this time the 1103 it is only availible on some new systems and uses a 3 antenna array. When available, this could be a nice replacement to the Intel 6300. Review is of a 1102, 2 antenna card. http://www.bigfootnetworks.com/killer-wireless-n-1103/ http://www.tentonhammer.com/reviews/bigfoot/wireless-n-1102
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