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Old 04-08-2019, 04:56   #1
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New wireless networking card.

I wonder if someone can suggest a new wireless card for my PC.

Im currently running a TP Link Archer T8E but ever since ive had it ive really not been to impressed with the performance and speed i get from it.

I don't wanna pay over the odds and through the nose for a new card but i would like decent performance and speeds from it.



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Re: New wireless networking card.

You get what you pay for, plus a netowrk cards download speed can be goverened by the processor.

My Sony VAIO i5 downloads far faster than my Netbook (Samsung NC10)
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Re: New wireless networking card.

If you're a gamer then Killer cards are supposed to be good as they prioritise the traffic according to need.
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Re: New wireless networking card.

ya, mine is Killer and it has always been top notch.



See if this search filter will load correctly for you:

https://shop.bt.com/category/network...94937820-50626
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Re: New wireless networking card.

What driver is it running?
Looks like the latest is the 7.35.351.0 from Windows Update Catalog
Ah, This one has a 352
https://drp.su/en/devices/wifi/broad...windows-10-x64
Driverpack is legit, more often used for building unattended setups.
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