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BCM94360CS2 Card + M.2 NGFF Adapter is too slow

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Folks & Experts,
I need your support WiFi & BT card (BCM94360CS2 Card + M.2 NGFF Adapter) is too slow.
(means to load a webpage it takes 5 minutes).
Same Page I load with USB WiFi Adapter works Blazing fast. Please help me.
My Settings & Components:

  • Clover Boot
  • macOS Sierra 10.12.6
  • MSI H170i pro ac Mobo
  • Intel i5 6600
  • AMD RX580
  • BCM94360CS2 Card + M.2 NGFF

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Assuming you have a genuine Apple card (beware of cheap but fake stuff from Asia that do not work), try and change channel on your wireless box/AP/router. This would normally force a frequency change and can sometimes help settle on a compatible one.

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