12 replies on TP-Link Archer TX3000E review: Upgrade your PC with Wi-Fi 6!

  1. Valerio says:

    Hello I have the same card, can I ask what is the maximum connection speed reported by windows in wifi 5ghz ac? My card connects to only 866 mb.

  2. Mafw says:

    Hi

    Is this card or the ASUS PCE-AX58BT a better choice?

    Cheers!

  3. FIST says:

    I’m currently using intel AC 9560 adapter with an AC router. would the performance be improved if i get this adapter to be used with the AC Router or better if i just get it then i upgrade to AX router

    • Anonymous says:

      Intel® Wireless-AC 9560 works with AC wireless networks. Therefore, switching to an AX router, won’t make much of a difference, because you can’t use AX on your network card. If you want faster Wi-Fi, upgrade both the network card, and the router. Also, you won’t get a speed that’s faster than your internet connection. Maybe just upgrading the internet connection is a better idea.

      • FIST says:

        Thanks for the reply. I’m curios because i can get only 200Mbps d/load on PC with that 9560 but can get 300Mbps d/load on my Samsung Note 8. Both are on 5GHz and tested from the same location. I’m on a 500Mbps line.

  4. Mike says:

    Can you please disclose how far away your wifi router was located from the pci-e card? thanks

  5. Bruce says:

    Is it easy to set up a wifi 6 hotspot in windows 10 with this card? Or a 5ghz wifi hotspot?
    I.e. if you have a PC connected to the internet via an ethernet cable, and you want to connect to an Oculus Quest 2 for wireless PC Virtual reality using virtual desktop?

  6. Joseph says:

    1) you didn’t mention how good it’s connectivity is/range.
    2) you didn’t compare it to other devices.

    so really, i have no idea if this is actually a good device because this review was done in a vacuum.

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