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I've got a new virgin media wireless router and there are two different networks I can connect to on it. One is labelked 2Ghz and the other 5Ghz. Anyone know what the difference is? Is one faster? Or...what? Why are there two? Thanks

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5ghz is 64mbps minimum and can be up to 108mbps, and is less prone to noise inteference while 2.4ghz is 54mbps i think, 5 is much faster but very few bits of kit can use it. What your connecting to it with needs to be capable of using it.

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