MSI reveals a range of RadiX Gaming Routers at CES - Including a WIFI 7 model
MSI's AI QoS technology is designed to reduce ping for gamers
Published: 6th January 2023 | Source: MSI |
MSI reveals new WIFI 6, WIFI 6E, and WIFI 7 routers at CES 2023
MSI are entering the router market, and they plan to deliver lower ping for gamers and to deliver support for the latest WIFI standards. With their planned RadiX BE22000 router, MSI plans to deliver support for WIFI 7, bringing the company to the top of the router market, while their RadiX, AXE6600 and RadiX AX6600 come to the market with WIFI 6E and WIFI 6 support respectively.
All three of these new routers are Tri-Band gaming routers that feature MSI's AI QoS technology, which is designed to reduce the 90% ping rate of their routers to deliver low latency gaming to users.
With their previous router announcements, MSI has confirmed that they are taking the thermal performance of their routers seriously, utilising custom heatsinks to prevent overheating during heavy networking workloads. This focus should help MSI to maintain high levels of router performance during heavy workloads, ensuring that their router does not get bogged down when your network traffic grows.
MSI RadiX Series Gaming RouterMSI RadiX lineup is a series of gaming routers that features AI QoS, which can reduce 90% ping rate to provide extremely low latency for gamers. RadiX BE22000 Turbo adopts Wi-Fi 7 technology and auto-detecting antennas that change antenna patterns to follow your device location, enhancing signal coverage. The prime thermal module ensures RadiX AXE6600 and AX6600 ultra-performance even in heavy traffic.
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