So in the past 3-4 years i owned pretty much every mac there was available, expect from mac pros and mac minis. My issue ? The wifi chipset always seems to be really really slow, i have tried various N routers with different thoughputs ranging from 150 to 600mbps. My networks is like this : I got a linux box in the basement with 1gbps network around the house, and my access points are 300mbps and 600mbps with gigabit ethernet. I nowadays own a base rMBP model, but my problem is still there. When on osx lets say i try to copy a movie from my linux box to my rmbp. The file weighs 5gb and i can NEVER EVER get writes of over 7mb/s, and when this happens, browsing internet is like is not happening, too much lag on safari or whatever browser, its like the wifi chip is capping its speed. Rebooting on windows i can see that its connecting not to the mentioned speeds, but on 150mbps and i am downloading on the same speeds from my linux box, but there i can actually browse the internet with no problem. I know people will jump to conclusions to say " Apple products are picky with access points/routers" , but i mean i have changed over 10 products and brands, what the hell. Is there a way to fix this ? Its retarded having a friend over with his crappy HP 500$ machine and have him copy the movie in like 2 minutes, and it makes 10+ on mine. Like i said its not only my rMBP but pretty much EVERY mac i ever had.