Asus ROG GT-AX11000 Pro Octopus Router Launched


What product is Asus associated for you? Whatever you said, we guess there is no router, right? However, recently, this manufacturer released a number of amazing products from this category. That’s why according to research, it is the most recognized network brand for North American users in 2021. A few days ago, ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) released a new generation of e-sports “Octopus” flagship router – ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Pro Gaming. The name is horrific. Let’s see what’s inside.

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Compared with the current GT-AX11000 router, this product got a lot of improvements.

To start with, now, it comes with a full-blooded 10 gigabit (10Gbps) network port for the first time. Second, it supports U-NII4 in the 5G2 frequency band (5.9GHz), that is, the tri-band now supports 160MHz bandwidth. Third, this beast has got hardware upgrades. It uses the higher frequency 2.0GHz Broadcom quad-core chip; the RAM reached 1GB DDR4 capacity; flash storage is 256MB.


In terms of performance, the three-frequency concurrency still peaks at 11,000Mbps. With the support of the new hardware, the CPU performance is increased by 18%, the network coverage is increased by 38%, and the network capacity is increased by four times.

The Asus GT-AX11000 Pro adopts a cool black shape. There are eight sturdy antennas. This router still supports Aura RGB divine light synchronization.

The back interface has also been rearranged to provide 4 Gigabit LAN ports, 1 2.5G WAN/LAN port, and a 10 Gigabit WAN/LAN port (white), in addition to 1 USB 3.2 Gen1 and a USB 2.0.

Other basic parameters include support for AiMesh and 4×4 MIMO.

Unfortunately, we still have no info concerning its price. But to have something, the current octopus is currently sold at about 3,000 yuan ($445) in China. So there is every reason to think the Pro variant will cost more.

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