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May 12,  · For a couple of years now I’ve had an ASUS PCE AC56 AC WiFi WLAN card connected to a AC modem/router without issue. The 5GHz channel is capable of sustained ~ Mbps with file transfers, and consistently maxes out my /40 internet connection. Today I noticed poor speedtest speeds, and found that the 5GHz wasn’t being picked up by the PCE card at all. It’s probably working. The router might not be allowing its connection. Try restarting your router by unplugging for a minute and plugging it back in. The ASUS PCE-AC56 is a ac Wi-Fi PCI Express adapter which upgrades your desktop from tangle-some Ethernet cables to carefree industry-leading ac at up to Mbps. Broadcom® TurboQAM™ technology super-charges GHz n performance from Mbps to Mbps with compatible devices.

 

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The ASUS PCE-AC56 is a ac Wi-Fi PCI Express adapter which upgrades your desktop from tangle-some Ethernet cables to carefree industry-leading ac at up to Mbps. Broadcom® TurboQAM™ technology super-charges GHz n performance from Mbps to Mbps with compatible devices. Dec 15,  · Then follow the steps below: Go to ASUS website, then search for ASUS PCE-AC56 WiFi adapter. In the search result, click Drivers & Tools under the correct device model. Select your OS and the driver package will display. In my case I select Windows Author: Lillian Lai. Sep 15,  · Hello Im having an issue with the Asus PCE-AC56 Originally I was using a wifi card from GA-z97x-gaming G1 WIFI-BK. Specs of the comp is Zgaming k3 i Corsair vengeance 16gb GTX from the device manager the card is detected and no problem is found when i troubleshoot it. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it as well but it doesn’t.
 
 
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Computex Taipei 2021 Postponed. And not only she…

So, the largest computer exhibition of the year in the South Asian region of the planet – Computex Taipei 2021, has been postponed, for a reason that has already been called repeatedly: the potential for infection with SARS. The show, which was previously scheduled for June 2-6 in Taipei, has been postponed by the organizers – the Taipei Computer Association (TCA) and the China External Trade Development Council (CETRA), for an indefinite period.

The decision to postpone the exhibition to a later date was made by TCA and CETRA after thorough consultations with exhibitors and key clients of the companies. According to the latest polls among exhibitors conducted by TCA, 59% of respondents were in favor of postponing the exhibition to the second half of the year, 35% were in favor of canceling the exhibition this year, a little less than 6% were in favor of the previously scheduled dates for the show. The survey was attended by representatives of 92% of companies from all 1148 registered exhibitors.

The most realistic time for the exhibition is now called September-October, although the final date will be announced only at the end of May. An additional difficulty in determining a new date for the exhibition is the risk of “overlap” of dates for the time of other exhibitions. So, the largest autumn show – Comdex Fall, is traditionally held in November, and, of course, holding Computex at this time would not be the most reasonable step. Plus, countless other major Asian exhibitions and conferences are held in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan in the fall.

Computex 2021 is not the only cultural event in the region postponed due to the rapidly spreading SARS virus. For example, last month Intel companies canceled two conferences – Taipei and Beijing, from the Intel Developer Forum Spring 2021 series. At the beginning of April, the exhibition of equipment for the production of chips – Semicon Singapore 2021, which was scheduled for April 12-14, was postponed to August. Among the most recent cases of cancellation / postponement of events, we can mention the MSI conference mentioned in our yesterday’s news, at which the company intended to present a line of its Mega PC barebones and other products under its own trademark. The conference was postponed from May 6 to the end of the month. ATI has decided to postpone the meeting with its business partners from Taiwan to Hawaii. According to the latest data, NVIDIA has decided not to invite media representatives from the SEA region to the announcement of the NV35 chip, which will take place in mid-May at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles.
Industry events canceled in Taiwan due to SARS spread threat
April 1
ATI Radeon 9800 PRO Announcement
Canceled April 13-15 Intel Developer Forum
Canceled April 22 AMD Opteron Announcement Canceled
May
ATI and Partners Meeting Postponed to Hawaii May 6 MSI Mega PC Announcement Postponed May 2 – 6
Exhibition Softex 2021 Canceled May 14-16
NVIDIA NV35 Announcement Taiwan Announcement Canceled, No Press From Asia & Oceania When Announced At E3 June 2-6
Computex 2021 Postponed

Of course, first of all, such a development of events will hit small and medium-sized companies that planned to present their new products and find new partners at Computex 2021. The transfer of the show to the end of the third – the beginning of the fourth quarter automatically means for them the loss of benefits from one of the peak sales seasons of the year – the August-September “back-to-school”. However, as they say, health is more expensive.

P.S. I don’t know how 6% of Computex 2021 participants, who spoke out in favor of holding the exhibition within the previously planned timeframe, were going to “drag” partners and the press to the island: as it became known the other day, all newcomers to Taiwan from infected countries are currently exposed to 10-day quarantine. It remains only to hope that this new infection, one way or another, will subside in the near future and will stop taking away one life after another.

P.P.S. Take care of yourself and loved ones…

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