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SER4 Ryzen 7 4800U WiFi problems / MediaTek RZ608 Wi-Fi 6E 80MHz

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Post time 2022-07-31 18:31:58 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hello,

I have been trying to solve the problem of slow WiFi download speed for some time already after purchasing the SER4 Ryzen 7 4800U model of mini-PC with MediaTek RZ608 preinstalled but without success.

The speedtest screenshot result below represents the best result I have achieved on the mentioned Mediatek RZ608 WiFi module that is installed in SER4. That result is twice as bad as my tarif plan which is 100MBit/s. All my other devices (mobile phone, Dell laptop, LG OLED TV) connected to the same network show around 90-93MBIT/s speeds and attached is just the mobile telephone screenshot.

   

I have updated the drivers to the versions 3.3.0.614 and 3.3.0.615 that are available on Bee-link web-site but this does not help.

Does anyone have the same issues?

Has anyone tried to change MediaTek module/card to the Intel model AX211 Wi-Fi 6E (6GHz), 2x2, Bluetooth® 5.2, M.2 2230. M2 Interface CNVio2

I'm close to throuing away this crap Mediatek RZ608 WiFi but it is not clear if AMD Ryzen 7 platform is supporting M2 interface CNVio2 which is mentioned in the tech specs of the Intel card.




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 Author| Post time 2022-08-01 23:45:43 | Show all posts
Is there anyone from Technical Support here reading the thread?
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Post time 2022-08-02 02:43:00 From the mobile phone | Show all posts
you want the ax210 instead , since this is AMD it doesn't support CNVi
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Post time 2022-12-08 00:02:40 | Show all posts
I have the same problem. I only have max. 50Mbps on a 250Mbps line. Other devices have the full speed.
Is there any solution for this?
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Post time 2022-12-08 00:46:22 | Show all posts
ubuntu or windows ? there's a similar slow wifi issue on Ser5: https://forum.bee-link.com/forum ... &extra=page%3D1
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Post time 2022-12-08 14:57:12 | Show all posts
It's Windows 11
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Post time 2022-12-31 02:24:45 | Show all posts
This has been the only downside in an otherwise fine mini PC.  I think I have a couple of Intel wifi cards that I took out of laptops that I have since trashed... gonna go find one and see what happens.  Maybe if I had WIFI6 it would work better but my setup is 2 WIFI5 UNIFI WAPS and yea my other stuff (mix of Intel WIFI5/6 cards) all do much better than this.  My Beelink has the default Win11 install BTW.  
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Post time 2022-12-31 05:54:14 | Show all posts
The RZ608 module blows chunks. It's super cheap and not well supported by either AMD or Mediatek. Someone stated you need the Intel AX210 and that's 100% correct.
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Post time 2023-01-01 23:52:01 | Show all posts
Well, my WIFI cards are M-PCIE so I looked around and found a TPLINK USB WIFI 5 dongle/antenna, so connected that and it hits 180~190 Mbps... Doesn't say much for MediaTek...  
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