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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 … see more 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. see less 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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The TX 50e antennas attached at the base of the PCI express output TX 3000e has an adapter that can be extended anywhere within 3 to 6 feet
Jim S.
· September 27, 2020
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yes, I have an Asus RT-AC88U, it works fine
ACW1120
· August 14, 2020
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yes
Buyer9985
· September 24, 2020
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Yes
R Knight
· September 10, 2020
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The included USB header cable is only required for Bluetooth connectivity.
TP-LINK Support Force
Manufacturer · February 27, 2021
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I do not have a wifi 6 router, so i am not connected to wifi 6.
Make sure your router is wifi 6.
Google how to connect to wifi 6

Rene Escobar
· February 14, 2022
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Are you sure it's the cards fault? Go into Device Manager and see if you can update the drivers.
Notmyproxy
· October 16, 2020
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Yes
Linda L
· December 6, 2020
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LMP 10.256 which is equivalent to Bluetooth 5.1
Wilbord Marzán M.
· November 9, 2020