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TP-Link Archer T9E AC1900 Wireless WiFi PCIe network Adapter Card for PC, with Beamforming and Heatsink Technology

Model:AC1900 Dual Band PCIE wifi adapter AC1900 PCIe WiFi Card for Desktop 802.11ac - The Next Generation of WiFi TP-Link's Archer T9E supports the next generation WiFi standard - IEEE 802.11ac, offering transfer rates that are 3 times faster than ...

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Reviews around expect (5.00 of 5)

  • Installation was a snap as long as there is a PCI-E slot available.
  • Works perfect as expected, if u are building make sure to put it on your mobo and install the bracket plate first before you screw the mobo down, otherwise it's almost impossible to get it in the pci slot.
  • Installation was a snap as long as there is a PCI-E slot available.
  • I wonder why this is listed as one of the best pci-e network cards available
  • I wonder why this is listed as one of the best pci-e network cards available
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Reviews around installation (4.69 of 5)

  • I thought installation was a little weird because when it was seated properly in the PCI-E slot it didn't quite line up with how everything else was and it made me think outside the box in terms of screwing it into my case onto the backplate
  • Great product, easy installation, be sure to download the Windows 10 driver from the manufacturer website for best performance!
  • Installation in the older computer was easy and straightforward.
  • It was alright, installation was prompt and easy although it isnt that fast
  • Installation was easy and the adapter has worked its first month with no issues at all.
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Reviews around install (4.39 of 5)

  • I RMA'd every piece of my build, not knowing what was causing my new build to crash but still got the same BSOD errors after installing every new piece of hardware
  • Very happy quick install and worked great with Windows 7 and 10
  • Her dad said the install was super easy and super quick
  • Easy install and application into the workstation that I wanted to network
  • Even though its pci express, the card seamed slow when first installed
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Reviews around work (4.24 of 5)

  • My motherboard is the B350 Tomahawk and it doesn't seem like it's the motherboards fault as the PCI-E slots work
  • This was easy to replace and has been working great since I installed it
  • This card has been working with out fail for over a month now and it gets really good speeds providing that you have a good 802.11AC router
  • I am running a fresh install of Windows 7, with an ASUS MOBO, I am extremely frustrated that I am now out of the 64 bucks I paid for this thing, all because I wanted to have a better working product.
  • I stumbled upon a forum post stating the the chip set driver worked better with this particular NIC, which is a broadcom driver
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Reviews around price (4.02 of 5)

  • As far as price, the $78.99 list price is the least expensive "AC1900 PCI Wireless Adapter" price on Amazon.com.
  • Ebay prices on these are much cheaper, but shipping isn't as fast
  • Not worth the cheap price unless you're looking for a temp' fix until you can get something better
  • I used this on a windows 8.1 computer with no connection problems, I let windows install its own driver; then I upgraded my computer to windows 10, and this wireless card still works great; nice low price too!
  • I didn't need the higher performance of the other models in this line and the price was very good
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Reviews around product (3.95 of 5)

  • (This product works in most of the general cases, but not working on my PC this time
  • Possibly a great product, however, the drivers are terrible.
  • Be warned, this product will likely not work for you if you are running Windows 10
  • I just installed it and at this point, it seems like a great product.
  • Who has time to deal with a flaky product when there are options that just work the first time
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Reviews around reception (3.87 of 5)

  • if you replace the antennae with a longer one you can get better reception.
  • It doesn't get better reception than the USB adapter that I had beforehand, but I do get more Mbps
  • been using it for months now, works great, fast speeds great reception
  • been using it for months now, works great, fast speeds great reception
  • My router is upstairs and my office is downstairs, I get great reception...no complaints.
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Reviews around range (3.79 of 5)

  • Very good range and speed compared to USB devices we've been using.
  • The range on this adapter is outstanding as well as the speed
  • Weak signal strength, 5g none existent all in all not worth the money
  • It has an antenna but there are USB adapters with no antennas that get better range
  • It just refuses to use 5G and refuses to get full speed of 11n.
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Reviews around connection (3.76 of 5)

  • Don't count on this for gaming though, it would lose connection every few minutes
  • It is also what I personally attributed the poor initial connection to
  • That said, the connection has been stable, and that's what I needed
  • So far no connection issues and this is definitely fast
  • So if you are close to your router, I can attest to the good connection speeds
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Reviews around card (3.44 of 5)

  • This card, when put into the machine, just caused the machine to crash over and over
  • Its a pricey card but knowing what I know, its a keeper.
  • I had an old G card from the Co. that when I put into my new machine would not work,, driver issue.
  • The card was easy to install on my Windows Vista-64bit system
  • Other than that, it's a great wi-fi card, at a steal of a price.
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Reviews around adapter (3.41 of 5)

  • I cannot recommend a purchase of this wireless adapter from this seller/Amazon.
  • And I thought the USB adapter was unreliable at times, this card is just a waste of money.
  • Easy to install this adapter - just like any other adapter.
  • Other wireless receivers in my building are able to communicate with the router just fine, so at this point I'm going to conclude that my TP-LINK adapter is the problem
  • This wireless adapter works with the unsigned driver version.
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Reviews around datum (3.30 of 5)

  • I tried installing the latest drivers for W8.1, and the install told me that the data was incorrect.
  • There simply is no buffering and if the data is slow, it's probably due to the other end of the signal and not the AC1900's fault.
  • Easily installed and still working fine as of summer 2014.
  • They were all highly rated but suffered equally from poor reception and, worse, slow data speeds with frequent downtime (no link)
  • It's being severely bottlenecked by my internet speed, but it's going as fast as it can with low ping
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Reviews around signal (3.30 of 5)

  • The computer is under my desk so it is not getting as good a signal
  • To get a good signal I have to place the modem next to the computer
  • It would connect, but signal is very weak without antenna.
  • Get fairly good signal and doesn't seem to have any transmission issues.
  • And the signal I can get is even better than my macbook
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Reviews around driver (3.23 of 5)

  • The performance on windows 10 leaves a lot to be desired, The drivers are a nightmare to deal with and even then i am not reaching the speeds i should be
  • Some negative things about this card was having to hunt down the correct drivers for Windows 10
  • I go the driver to work after reinstalling windows 10 drivers resetting everything multiple times
  • Their drivers do NOT work with high speed AC connections.
  • Does not work with Windows 10 Creators update and no new drivers are available.
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Reviews around packet loss (2.99 of 5)

  • Installation was a snap as long as there is a PCI-E slot available.
  • I used the Windows 10 driver and the utility from the website, but it couldn't break 15mb/s with 75mb/s internet
  • I wonder why this is listed as one of the best pci-e network cards available
  • I noticed no ping drop or packet loss switching to this from being hard wired.
  • This causes issues installing, as well as if you are tech savy enough to install it via drivers
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Reviews around software (2.79 of 5)

  • Also the drivers and utility software that TP Link gives you is obsolete on Windows 10 as well
  • The software that came on the CD is useless, but I guess every company needs to have their bloatware.
  • Also the drivers and utility software that TP Link gives you is obsolete on Windows 10 as well
  • So how to rate this, the software at t his point is useless
  • I can't tell you what the software is like, but I can tell you Windows does a fine job without it.
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Reviews around lag (2.69 of 5)

  • Weak signal strength, 5g none existent all in all not worth the money
  • I believe it is also backward compatible with the other ones as well (802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b. and 802.11a).
  • This adapter seems to be working about as well as the old G adapter (that my connection speed only reads 54 Mbps may be due to the gateway as much as the card - and Uverse caps speed well below that anyway), so I'm happy with it.
  • It just refuses to use 5G and refuses to get full speed of 11n.
  • I was impressed with how little degradation of signal there is - no noticeable lag or ping increase, no slowing of download speed.
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Reviews around bunch (2.54 of 5)

  • I basically wasted a bunch of cash on this card.
  • So just wasted a bunch of money on this.
  • no a/c support although they do clearly state they only support b/g/n
  • no a/c support although they do clearly state they only support b/g/n

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Reviews around doe (2.47 of 5)

  • I'm using wireless-G and an inexpensive D-Link DI-624 router
  • have another card in my cousins desktop that connects to our home wi-fi just fine, but when he takes the unit to his brothers home it does have connection problems with whatever their routed is, to the point where he's thinking of getting a second card primarily for external usage.
  • Installation was a snap as long as there is a PCI-E slot available.
  • When being used with a Win 10 PC the 5G does not work but the 2.4G works fine
  • The card does connect and work well on wireless n, but that's not what you're looking for if you're buying this card
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Reviews around time (2.32 of 5)

  • The Intel board didn't work half the time and caused BSODs
  • Who has time to deal with a flaky product when there are options that just work the first time
  • I only had a tough time because this was the first thing I have ever installed into a computer
  • Anyone have an idea why windows can notice when the antennas are connected and has such a hard time with it?
  • I am having hard time finding a network adapter that works well with Windows 10.
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Reviews around wire (1.95 of 5)

  • Fortunately, this adapter has been absolutely amazing!I installed the adapter in a matter of minutes and was on the internet like I was wired right in to the router.
  • I have found that this Wi-Fi card performs every bit as well as my office computer with a hard-wired ethernet connection
  • Installation was a snap as long as there is a PCI-E slot available.
  • To me, this is a bit redundant since anything I want to have the optimal internet speed gets hard wired to the modem.
  • I noticed no ping drop or packet loss switching to this from being hard wired.
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Reviews around usb (1.95 of 5)

  • Ridiculous how this does not work reliably even compared to a cheap $10 USB 2.0 802.11ac adapter.
  • Previously tried a USB adapter that just would not work
  • meantime, the cheap $8 usb adapter blazes along at full speed
  • Once the driver was installed, my motherboard's USB ports and my backup internal SSD stopped working, and I was experiencing major slowdowns everywhere.
  • I used the Windows 10 driver and the utility from the website, but it couldn't break 15mb/s with 75mb/s internet
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Reviews around support (1.95 of 5)

  • The cool thing about this card is that it uses the Atheros wireless chip, which has great linux support
  • I really wish TP-Link would provide better Linux support.
  • piss-poor support from TPLINK, drivers marked as Windows 10 only allow for wireless-n performance.
  • So despite being what I consider an early adopter and TP-Link's lack of Windows 10 support then, I now believe this product deserves 5 stars
  • I had to install the oldest driver they had available manually because the recent installers cannot detect the device connected to the pcie port.overall, i give it a 3, for a great potential laid to waste because of terrible software support
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Reviews around hour (1.00 of 5)

  • but that duplicate Mac issue would have caused hours of grief had i not experienced it before several years in the past
  • I'm pretty good with computers and I wasted 4 hours of my life on this card.
  • I spent hours and hours on the phone and messing about with updated firmware and changing settings The result after 9 hours was they gave me an

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More about TP-Link Archer T9E AC1900 Wireless WiFi PCIe network Adapter Card for PC, with Beamforming and Heatsink Technology

  • Model:AC1900 Dual Band PCIE wifi adapter AC1900 PCIe WiFi Card for Desktop 802.11ac - The Next Generation of WiFi TP-Link's Archer T9E supports the next generation WiFi standard - IEEE 802.11ac, offering transfer rates that are 3 times faster than wireless N speeds
  • Easily upgrade your desktop system by simply slotting the Wi-Fi adapter into an available PCIE slot
  • AC1900 – Selectable Dual Band Speeds 1300/600Mbps The Archer T9E provides high-speed Wi-Fi of up to 1300Mbps over 5GHz, perfect for HD video streaming and lag-free online gaming
  • Additionally, the 2.4GHz 600Mbps Wi-Fi band is ideal for standard network / internet usage such as web surfing
  • Beamforming Technology for Efficient WiFi The Archer T9E utilizes Beamforming technology, which is able to receive greater directional Wi-Fi signals, enhancing the reliability and stability of wireless connections
  • Heat Sink for Better Stability Heat Sink helps to dissipate heat generated by the adapter, which in turn increases performance and improves stability
  • Additionally, lower temperatures ensure an increased adapter lifespan
  • Additional Feature Sets:* External Antennas   External antennas for easy alignment to achieve the best signal
  • * System Support    Windows 10 **(Please upgrade to 17025 Insider Preview Build)** / 8.1 / 8 / 7 /  * Easy to Install    A friendly user interface Utility on a CD for simple installation
  • * Advanced Security WPA/WPA2 encryption standards ensure your wireless connection is safe from intruders
  •   * TP-Link received the highest numerical score among 6 companies in the J.D
  • Power 2017 U.S
  • Wireless Router Satisfaction Report, based on 980 total responses, measuring the opinions of customers who purchased a wireless router in the previous 12 months, surveyed October 2017
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