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Amazon has TP-Link WiFi 6 AX3000 PCIe WiFi Card (Archer TX3000E) for $39.99. Shipping is free.

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  • The latest Wi-Fi 6 standard gives you incredible speed ultra-low latency and uninterrupted connectivity with OFDMA and MU-MIMO technology Utilizing next-generation Wi-Fi 6 technology Archer TX3000E is designed to excel in even the busiest of networks for next-level entertainment
  • Next-gen speeds up to 2.4Gbps Reach incredible speeds up to 2.4 Gbps (2402 Mbps on 5 GHz or 574 Mbps on 2 4 GHz) - Supports Windows 10 (64bit) - Driver installation required via Website or included CD
  • Minimized lag for your PC Revolutionary OFDMA reduces lag so you can enjoy ultra-responsive real-time gaming or an immersive VR experience
  • Broader Coverage Two multi-directional and high-performance antennas with a magnetized base extends your existing Wi-Fi reception capabilities. Place the magnetized antenna base anywhere on your desktop to find the optimal location for signal reception. Easily install with low profile bracket.
  • Archer TX3000E is equipped with the latest Bluetooth 5 0 Technology achieving 2x faster speeds and 4x broader coverage than Bluetooth 4 2 Connect as many devices as you want including game controllers headphones and keyboards for the ultimate setup

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Except that they all use the same Intel cards. All you're really buying is the pcie packaging and the additional antennas. I myself often spend a bit extra for such things, but it's not too often much to write home about. Hard to go much cheaper than $40 on these cards when the base Intel card itself is more or less the same cost for all these manufacturers.
I don't think you can directly compare a well established brand card with antenna you can position on top with a no name card that requires a separate connection to USB for BT. I'm not saying it won't work, but for the same money I would definitely buy tp-link.
They are pretty much all the same thing. If you watch the installation video for this TP-Link, you will see that you need to attach to an internal USB connection for the BT.

The internals are all the same using an Intel AX200 card. As for software and drivers, all the TP-Link software does is launch the install for Intel drivers.

So the extra money you're paying is for the brand and possibly better warranty support, possibly better build quality (this has a nice looking red heatsink), and the biggest pro IMO is the movable magnetic base with antenna.

Otherwise, they're all the same.

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Not really a deal when you've got cards like this [amazon.com] with bluetooth 5.1 for cheaper. Wifi 6 cards are cheap as it is these days.

Plus Wifi 6E cards are available.
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Not really a deal when you've got cards like this [amazon.com] with bluetooth 5.1 for cheaper. Wifi 6 cards are cheap as it is these days.

Plus Wifi 6E cards are available.
It likely depends on if the MFG behind the product matters to you. Windows drivers are probably okay, but for TP-Link's highest card, it's a good deal.
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Not really a deal when you've got cards like this [amazon.com] with bluetooth 5.1 for cheaper. Wifi 6 cards are cheap as it is these days.

Plus Wifi 6E cards are available.
I don't think you can directly compare a well established brand card with antenna you can position on top with a no name card that requires a separate connection to USB for BT. I'm not saying it won't work, but for the same money I would definitely buy tp-link.
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Owned for a few months. Purchased for $50. Good brand and no issues since install. I'm sure there are cheaper ones, there's even a gigabyte version. Found tp link just worked better.
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Not really a deal when you've got cards like this [amazon.com] with bluetooth 5.1 for cheaper. Wifi 6 cards are cheap as it is these days.

Plus Wifi 6E cards are available.
I'd take a TP-Link networking product all day, every day, over something called Ubit, especially when Ubit, per reviews, have a ton of positive reviews from people getting free gift cards and products, whereas there are a bunch of complaints of the product failing.

So if I'm opening up my computer to install something, I'll spend the extra 10 bucks for a name brand product that doesn't have to bribe buyers to leave positive reviews!!

Side note: I still don't think a 20% savings on this pcie card is slick, but more of an okay price if you need a combo card now.
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I'd take a TP-Link networking product all day, every day, over something called Ubit, especially when Ubit, per reviews, have a ton of positive reviews from people getting free gift cards and products, whereas there are a bunch of complaints of the product failing.

So if I'm opening up my computer to install something, I'll spend the extra 10 bucks for a name brand product that doesn't have to bribe buyers to leave positive reviews!!

Side note: I still don't think a 20% savings on this pcie card is slick, but more of an okay price if you need a combo card now.

Except that they all use the same Intel cards. All you're really buying is the pcie packaging and the additional antennas. I myself often spend a bit extra for such things, but it's not too often much to write home about. Hard to go much cheaper than $40 on these cards when the base Intel card itself is more or less the same cost for all these manufacturers.
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Not really a deal when you've got cards like this [amazon.com] with bluetooth 5.1 for cheaper. Wifi 6 cards are cheap as it is these days.

Plus Wifi 6E cards are available.
That's a link to AX200 no name vs TP-Link AX3000. Plus, you're also comparing drivers that work well with Windows 10. I would trust TP-Link for a little more money.
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I don't think you can directly compare a well established brand card with antenna you can position on top with a no name card that requires a separate connection to USB for BT. I'm not saying it won't work, but for the same money I would definitely buy tp-link.
They are pretty much all the same thing. If you watch the installation video for this TP-Link, you will see that you need to attach to an internal USB connection for the BT.

The internals are all the same using an Intel AX200 card. As for software and drivers, all the TP-Link software does is launch the install for Intel drivers.

So the extra money you're paying is for the brand and possibly better warranty support, possibly better build quality (this has a nice looking red heatsink), and the biggest pro IMO is the movable magnetic base with antenna.

Otherwise, they're all the same.
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That's a link to AX200 no name vs TP-Link AX3000. Plus, you're also comparing drivers that work well with Windows 10. I would trust TP-Link for a little more money.


Uhhh, there's a bit more to it. They're using the same damn card.
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Personal review: Good card. It claims to get 2.4 Gbps, which I have yet to see. Even with a client sitting next to a Netgear RAX50, we barely could squeeze 1.6 Gbps out of it. The Asus PCE-AX3000 is better on the speeds, but some reason loses more signal going through walls than this TP-Link does. I would purchase more of these TP-Links in the future.
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I picked up a no-brand wifi 6 card to replace a USB AC stick and the difference is huge. With everything else staying the same, my speed went from 80/25 down/up to maxing out my internet speed 500/250
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Uhhh, there's a bit more to it. They're using the same damn card.
Sorry I meant to type more but somehow accidentally click on submit. I had a problem with the driver for Ubit. It would not recognize the driver in my PC and it got too hot and burned my motherboard in the process. That's why I would trust a brand name instead of a new name.
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Uhhh, there's a bit more to it. They're using the same damn card.
If one is AX2000 and the other AX3000 no they are not the same card...
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