I lied… WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi is NOT faster than Ethernet

I lied… WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi is NOT faster than Ethernet

As it turns out, my benchmarking process was flawed, and I had to learn a bit about the Linux networking stack to figure out why! Special thanks to commenter marvell marvell for pointing out the obvious, and to Javier Choclin for suggesting I try out the MZHOU...
WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi CM4 makes it Fly! MORE THAN 1 Gbps!

WiFi 6 on the Raspberry Pi CM4 makes it Fly! MORE THAN 1 Gbps!

The Raspberry Pi has built in 802.11ac WiFi. But it’s not that fast. Let’s see what we can do about that! I tried getting both an ASUS AC51 and Intel AX200 PCI express card working on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. How did that work out? Check out this...
4+ Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

4+ Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

After my previous video testing Intel’s i340 4-port gigabit Ethernet NIC on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, I thought I’d see if I could break the 4 Gbps networking barrier—and I did! Check out the Raspberry Pi PCIe Card Database:...
OVERCLOCKED! Raspberry Pi 400 does 2.2 GHz!

OVERCLOCKED! Raspberry Pi 400 does 2.2 GHz!

I test the performance, thermals, and power consumption of an overclocked 2.2 GHz Raspberry Pi 400. Get the Pi 400 from the Raspberry Pi website: https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-400/ Products I used in this video (affiliate links): – Seek IR...
5 Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4?!

5 Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4?!

tl;dw – I can get five 1 Gbps network interfaces using an Intel I340-T4 PCIe NIC, but I can only get a maximum of 3.06 Gbps throughput using all five interfaces at the same time. You could use this setup to build a custom router or switch using OpenWRT or...