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Will an N300 Adapter give me improved performance over an N150?

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User Info: Knight2520

Knight2520
4 years ago#11
From: Foxhound3857 | #009
will the N300 help at least a LITTLE bit?

From: Knight2520 | #007
The issue isn't the reception of the signal, it's the initial source of the signal.
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User Info: DerPancake

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4 years ago#12
Changing to Comcast will increase your performance.
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User Info: PFGeraci

PFGeraci
4 years ago#13
You have to find the source of the issue. It could be an aging router failing, DSL signal noise, a wire in your home that's worn out, a wire outside your home that's worn out, interference, your computers/devices wireless cards, etc. If the router's not the issue, upgrading probably won't do much.
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