Why does my pc say intel ax200? shouldn't it say tp-link ax3000? i know this is the right one because i disable the one that came with the pc (ac)

asked on September 29, 2020

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Intel AX200 is simply a wi-fi 6 chip that came with M.2 2230/1216 slot which normally your motherboard does not have. TP-Link AX3000 is a full wi-fi 6 adapter which includes AX200, PCIe adapter and antennas. The OS recognizes the chip instead of the adapter. Therefore AX200 is the correct answer and you have installed the product successfully.
Guozhi Wang
· September 29, 2020
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If you are able take out the old one and it should work
nachy g.
· September 29, 2020
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