I just looked thru the graphs and laughed at their promo stuff at the beginning. Not sure how it is an innovation?
The idea of sharing the load is ok (3years ago), but the fps test doesn't prove anything (in that it is a graph over time periods). The same with the ping graphs. Altho neither shows a significant difference
The 1ms 'gained' could be due to other factors. (avg gain or loss. 0.9ms)
The same with the fps. (avg gain. 5.6fps)
'Sharing the load' on a dual core system isn't really going to make much difference tbh
also what happened to all the software stuff they have been boasting about.
I know I sound like I'm being aggressive or whatever but at the end of the day it's a overpriced NIC (10x the normal price?) with a router spec processor on it (based on routers than can be had for £8-£45).
One thing the tests do prove is that their own marketing tests were probably done on a low spec system.
Not sure how it ends with 70%
Still a good review, even if it is more like an advert (Given the masses of marketing info)