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  1. @Eigenvektor It makes no sense. ANY Pcie wifi card that I use is capped below 85 percent. Good ping but it will cut out. The router and modem are ones that I bought. A AC2200 MU MIMO Tri Band Router by Linksys.
  2. Is it possible to up the power on the PCIe slot lanes on the motherboard so this signal cap with the PCIe wifi cards will no longer be a thing?
  3. I have a Asus Rog Strix Z270e(Old, ik). It has built in wifi, albeit, very crappy built in wifi. The ping is high and I get insane lag spikes every 30-40 or so minutes. When I bought a PCIe wifi card to fix this(I tried the Asus PCIe wifi cards and I tried Intels), I get insane speeds but the connection will just completely drop every 5 minutes. If I do "netsh wlan show interface" on CMD, the built in motherboard wifi card will have a 100 percent signal strength even though it is horrible while ANY PCIe wifi card that I plug in will be capped at 85 percent. No matter which one I plug in. Is there a reason why the motherboard seems to only be stable with the built in wifi/always caps the signal strength of ANY PCIe wifi card that I use to 85 percent or below? Btw, I do disable the built in wifi when plugging in the PCIe wifi card and I cannot use ethernet.
  4. Is it possible to up the power on the PCIe slot lanes on the motherboard so this signal cap with the PCIe wifi cards is no longer a thing?
  5. I have a Asus Rog Strix Z270e(Old, ik). It has built in wifi, albeit, very crappy built in wifi. The ping is high and I get insane lag spikes every 30-40 or so minutes. When I bought a PCIe wifi card to fix this(I tried the Asus PCIe wifi cards and I tried Intels), I get insane speeds but the connection will just completely drop every 5 minutes. If I do "netsh wlan show interface" on CMD, the built in motherboard wifi card will have a 100 percent signal strength even though it is horrible while ANY PCIe wifi card that I plug in will be capped at 85 percent. No matter which one I plug in. Is there a reason why the motherboard seems to only be stable with the built in wifi/always caps the signal strength of ANY PCIe wifi card that I use to 85 percent or below? Btw, I do disable the built in wifi when plugging in the PCIe wifi card and I cannot use ethernet.
  6. Well this sucks. Due to this virus, all shipping from outside countries to the United States is impossible. I can't even place an order and have them hold it for me. These switches took a good 2 months to restock.
  7. I found these: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/33008382401.html?src=google&src=google&albch=shopping&acnt=494-037-6276&isdl=y&slnk=&plac=&mtctp=&albbt=Google_7_shopping&aff_platform=google&aff_short_key=UneMJZVf&&albagn=888888&albcp=9317063908&albag=94962804715&trgt=299423776478&crea=en33008382401&netw=u&device=c&gclid=CjwKCAjwsMzzBRACEiwAx4lLG3sotmdH-G7TNiXnQvbYx2nPTiMYzi3xlyuV-ePmqZu-tyd1taPfDxoCYHwQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds They come from aliexpress. However, instead of saying "Novelkey Cream" they say "Novelty Cream". Not really sure why they did that but that being said, are these different from the Novelkey Cream switches by Kailh?
  8. @sowon I have this switch opener: https://kbdfans.com/collections/keyboard-part/products/gb-2-in-1-machined-aluminum-switch-opener
  9. I am asking this because I think when I tried to use the Kailh box switch opener, I pressed too hard on the green box stem itself instead of pushing on the housing. Due to this, I think I might've put too much pressure on it which ik can damage the metal contact leaves which can cause a key chatter or that double type issue.
  10. I put it in the switch puller, then I pushed down on the green box itself instead of the plastic around it. Is it bad to put that much pressure on the green switch itself instead of the plastic part?
  11. @geo3 Is it bad that when I first did it, I pressed down on the switch instead of the casing?
  12. @geo3 My Kailh Box Jades just arrived and the switch opener that you told me that you use. I am trying to open these things but I have no idea how to get it to work. Can you send a video or something?
  13. @geo3 Is there a way to tell if stabs are plate mount or PCB mount? I looked at some Durocks and it did not say anywhere if they were PCB mount or Plate mount. I had to ask someone on discord if they were PCB mount in order to tell. Are these stabs: https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-Cherry-GMK-Screw-Stabilizers/dp/B082Z5P769/ref=sr_1_3?crid=AZX0QBZ6B089&keywords=everglide%2Bstabilizers&qid=1583703324&sprefix=Everglide%2B%2Caps%2C141&sr=8-3&th=1 any good? Are they PCB mount or Plate mount?
  14. @geo3 Are stabs designed for just plate mount or just PCB mount or are they cross compatible? Like do I have to specifically look for PCB mount stabs or will stabs just work with both plate and PCB?
  15. @geo3 So apparently the first PCB that we weren't sure had programming(GK61) does not support PCB mounted stabs. Is that an issue? Since the Gk61 is standard layout, does that mean this: https://www.amazon.com/Stabilizers-Anodized-Aluminum-Positioning-Keyboard/dp/B06XNQ9BLT?th=1 or this https://www.amazon.com/stabilizers-Universal-Anodized-Aluminum-Positioning/dp/B06XJ5RLD9?th=1 would work? Are stabs cross compatible with both PCB mount or Plate mount or do I have to find specific stabs that are designed for Plate mount since the GK61 has no PCB mounts for stabs? Can you recommend me good stabs that work with the plate mount GK61? Relatively cheap since I plan to lube them.
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