|Wireless Type||5.8 GHz Radio Frequency|
TP-Link AC1300 WiFi PCI-Express (PCIE) Wireless Network Card (Archer T6E)
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- SYSTEM SUPPORT - Windows 10 (Please upgrade to 17025 Insider Preview Build) / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / XP
- WIFI CARD - Up to 1300Mbps Wi-Fi speeds (867Mbps on 5GHz band or 400Mpbs on 2.4GHz band)
- EASY INSTALLATION - Upgrade your desktop system easily by plugging the Archer T6E Wi-Fi adapter into an available PCIE slot
- GAMING ENGINEERED - Heat Sink technology distributes heat away from core components to improve reliability and performance
- INCREASED WIRELESS RANGE - 2x external antennas ensure a greater range of WiFi connection and stability
- BACKWARD COMPATIBLE - With support for 802.11 a/b/g/n standards
- LEADING SUPPORT - Industry leading 2-year warranty and 24/7 technical support
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The Next Generation of Wi-Fi
TP-LINK's Archer T6E supports the next generation Wi-Fi standard - IEEE 802.11ac, offering transfer rates that are three times faster than wireless N speeds. Easily upgrade your desktop system by simply slotting the Wi-Fi adapter into an available PCI-E slot.
AC1300 - Selectable Dual Band Speeds 867/400Mbps
The Archer T6E provides high-speed Wi-Fi of up to 867 Mbps over 5 GHz, perfect for HD video streaming and lag-free online gaming. Additionally, the 2.4 GHz 400 Mbps Wi-Fi band is suitable for standard network/internet usage such as web surfing.
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|Wireless Standard||802.11n/b/g||802.11n/b/g||802.11a/b/g/n||IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
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|Large File Downloads||✔||✔||✔||✔|
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|Item Dimensions||4.54 x 4.76 x 0.85 in||2.6 x 2.6 x 0.1 in||4.8 x 4.5 x 0.85 in||0.85 x 4.76 x 3.9 in||0.9 x 5.2 x 4.8 in||5.8 x 8.1 x 1.5 in|
TP-LINK Archer T6E provides high-speed Wi-Fi of up to 867Mbps over 5GHz, perfect for HD video streaming and lag-free online gaming. Additionally, the 2.4GHz 400Mbps Wi-Fi band is ideal for standard network/internet usage such as web surfing. Wireless Security supports 64/128 bit WEP, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK,802.1x. Wireless modes are ad-hoc or infrastructure mode
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1. Install card (the easy part!)
2. Download Windows 10 driver from TP-link site (under Support, Archer T9E, Windows 10 driver) -- this is a zipped file and unpacks to a SETUP application file. You run it and it says the driver is installed --- but really nothing happens, DM says there is no driver... Why? Because you MUST DISABLE the existing Network Interface Device first! Once you do this (then reboot) the Setup runs perfectly and all is well. Root Cause: What happens on Windows 10 system is that the new NIC is created as a Network Controller device, not under NETWORK ADAPTER as is should be (note, it didn't do this on my Windows 7 system). Once the existing adapter was disabled, Windows 10 created the new NIC card under Network Adapter and the Setup utility from TP-Link Driver download ran correctly... it took me over an hour to realize this issue, documentation was bare-bones 1-page sheet and didn't say anything about this. More accurate and precise documentation would have avoided this issue and saved me time/frustration. So I knocked off one star for this.
the only advice i can give is to make sure your computer has a PCI Express X1 slot (PCI, PCIe X1 and X16 are different). if you want windows to automatically install the driver make sure the system has an internet connection either trough Ethernet or however it was connected before installing the card. if you cant connect the system to the internet then us the CD driver. if the CD driver is outdated windows update should install an updated driver once connected to the internet.
PCI= old PCI interface.
PCI X1= new version of PCI that is for expansion cards to add functions not built into the motherboard. This card uses X1
PCI X16= replaced outdate AGP slot and is for video cards, slot is longer than X1 and normally has a retainer clip on the back of the slot.
there is an older version of PCI, I cant recall the name but its long and black. if you have that slot your system is likely running either windows 3.1, 95, or maybe 98.
still working great, no driver issues and connection rarely has problems and when it does its normally the router at fault.
PS thanks to those of you that voted this review as helpful and made it the top review for this item. its nice to know people find it helpful
Card still works great, the custom computer this card is in has been retired to file server duty and now runs Windows server 2008 R2 instead of windows 10. I would no longer recommend this card for gamers as there are far faster cards out there such as wireless AC cards (requires an AC router to make a difference). Also wouldn't recommend as the primary connection method for a file server (I use ethernet). This card would be quite useful still for users who do not wish to do extreme gaming ( basic internet based games are ok). For simple internet usage (social networks, YouTube, Netflix, ext.) This is a more Than Able card and provide many years of reliable service.
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