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Intel® Killer™ DoubleShot™ Pro allows your Ethernet and Wi-Fi to work together for optimizing your network.
Intel® Killer™ DoubleShot™ Pro enables massive throughput and unbeatable online performance for systems that have both Intel® Killer™ Wi-Fi and Intel Killer Ethernet inside. Intel Killer DoubleShot Pro automatically switches high priority traffic to your faster network connection (Ethernet or Wireless) while standard traffic is sent over the slower connection. This feature ensures that the highest priority traffic, such as latency-sensitive gaming and voice traffic, will always be put on the faster and most reliable link.
Making better use of both internet connections, Intel Killer DoubleShot Pro provides more usable bandwidth. Intel® Killer™ Ethernet can handle up to 2.5 Gbps of traffic and Intel® Killer™ Wi-Fi 6 AX1650 can handle up to 2.4 Gbps of traffic. Intel Killer DoubleShot Pro combines the bandwidth of both interfaces to achieve a max throughput as high as 4.9 Gbps.
The Intel® Killer™ Intelligence Center gives you direct control over both Ethernet and Wireless network interfaces with one easy to use application so you can customize priority and bandwidth for your network traffic. The Applications page shows which application traffic is going to which interface and how much bandwidth each app is using.
Features and Benefits:
Deliver the maximum speed and throughput possible for your computer by allowing use of all of your network adapters at the same time.
Automatically route high priority traffic—such as online games, streaming video, and high quality audio—to the system’s fastest network interface (Wi-Fi or Ethernet) for a higher quality experience and fewer interruptions.
See and manage which network connections your apps are using. Set limits using Visual Bandwidth Control or shut them down completely with application blocking so they don’t interfere with higher priority apps.