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ASUS PCE-AX3000 Dual Band PCI-E Wi-Fi 6 160MHz, Bluetooth 5.0 Adapter $44 Delivered @ Harris Technology eBay

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ASUS PCE-AX3000 Dual Band PCI-E WiFi 6 (802.11ax). Supporting 160MHz, Bluetooth 5.0 Adapter $44 FREE-DELIVERY, normally $59.00. Now 25% OFF

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184528239966

  • Next-Gen WiFi: Standard -WiFi 6 (802.11ax) standard for better efficiency and throughput.
  • Ultrafast WiFi Speed: 3000 Mbps WiFi speed to handle even the busiest network with ease.
  • 802.11ax technology: With OFDMA and MU-MIMO, WiFi 6 enables more efficient, stable, and faster transmission even when multiple devices are transmitting data at the same time.
  • Bluetooth 5.0 for faster, further coverage: Transfer data up to twice as fast as before, and with 4X the range.

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  • +1 vote

    Hi OP, any chance you could do a deal for Gigabyte 2x2 802.11ax PCIE card?

    • +1 vote

      Hi there, it was the previous deal. I will suggest it to the team but no guarantee. :)
      We will post different deals regularly every week.

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        @HTDealAdmin

        I received mine today but I didn't come with low profile bracket. I have contacted you.

        Please kindly send out one.

  • +1 vote

    Any chance to put some AMD ITX boards on sale for the ebay promo this afternoon. Would love for HT to match jw on this board

    https://www.jw.com.au/gigabyte-b550-i-aorus-pro-ax-motherboa...

  • +2 votes

    Good price for this model. I bought it off them during the afterpay sales and am very happy with it.
    However, there are many equivalent but cheaper Intel AX200-based cards that will also do a good job.

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      Do you have any examples?

      • +6 votes

        This one discounted atm and probably better than the one OP posted, can get the antenna out from the back of the PC.

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          can get the antenna out from the back of the PC.

          Not sure what you mean by that but they are essentially equivalent.

          • +1 vote

            @theguyrules: The antenna is attached to the card via an extension, so you could sit it on a desk/on top of the PC directing towards your router.

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          "This one(umart.com.au) discounted atm and probably better than the one OP posted, can get the antenna out from the back of the PC."

          if you have ebay plus you can also get the Gigabyte WBAX200 from the same ebay store as this post for $64.50 delivered with express post its $1.50 more than the umart one including delivery but its express post rather than standard post
          https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Gigabyte-2x2-802-11ax-Dual-Band-WIFI-6-BLUETOOTH-5-card/184541439157?epid=21040211343&hash=item2af786e4b5:g:c4UAAOSwApxftQh3:sc:AU_StandardDeliveryRegisted!2217!AU!-1

  • +1 vote

    Is this card compatible with amd system?

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      Yeah

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    Does this require any internal connections (USB?) aside from the PCIE slot?

    • +1 vote

      You need a free USB connection on the MB if you want to use Bluetooth

    • +1 vote

      Not for wifi but bluetooth will require an internal USB header.

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    Hey OP,

    any chance to also price change at Amazon? (just have some leftover credit there)

    also are there any other additional requirements other than a free PCI-E Slot?

    • +1 vote

      You'll need a free internal usb 2.0 motherboard header for the bluetooth

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      Hi there, unfortunately this deal is eBay only

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    Hi guys - I currently use the Asus PCE-AC55BT - would I notice much of an improvement? My PC is at the other end of the house to the router but doesn't seem to have noticeable trouble, though I of course would always love to lower pings.

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      I am also using that same Asus adapter, I think unless your home WiFi is using the AX Wifi 6 band, I would just stay on the same adapter.

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        I have the Telstra Smartmodem Gen 2 which seems to be limited to AC. Thanks edfoo

        Anyone interested in this should make sure their router is compatible with this latest standard for best results.

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      You need an Wifi6 router to see any improvement. I upgraded to the AX58BT adapter with AX88U Router and it was a noticeable improvement.

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        What kind of improvements did you notice? Because I have no issues with download speed and don't do a whole lot of file transfer over the wifi so am mostly concerned with pings.

        • +1 vote

          If you have no issues then probably not worth an upgrade. I was getting dropouts and high pings, eg I could get consistent 15-20ms to google, then after 30seconds it would jump up to 3 seconds and time out which made FPS extremely frustrating.
          I've only had this new combo a week, but I've had zero dropouts since then, consistent ping, and the wifi strength has gone from 3 bars to full (my PC is downstairs through a wall and floor from the router).

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    cant fit another pci expansion on matx because that damn gpu takes up all the slots lol…. im after a super cheap wifi/bluetooth adapter that is not on PCI - for the spare computer.. any suggestions?

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      USB!

      TP-Link or Edimax dongles on eBay for like $15 to $20 - many of which also have Bluetooth as well if you need it for a desktop PC.

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        mmm something like this? https://www.catch.com.au/product/edimax-2-in-1-n150-wi-fi-bl...

        wireless N =/

        cant seem to find AC versions.

        ah think i cant go USB dongle approach. just remembered these dongles wont work for entering BIOS which is one of my primary uses.

        • +1 vote

          That's the one!

          It's perfect for a spare PC with no PCIe, and it is indeed super cheap. Got one of these, works well

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      You can use a riser cable to connect the card and your slot assuming there’s a slot to install it to on the back of your case. Or can you move your GPU down to another slot? USB dongles are notoriously unstable, which would only really matter if you do anything latency sensitive like gaming.

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      $16 this one, don't know if it'd be much better.
      TP-LINK Wireless-N USB Adapter 150MBPS ANT (1) 3YR WTY

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        doesnt look to have bluetooth. I wanted one with bluetooth more than the wifi to be honest. Its just a spare com that doesnt have a need for amazing signal.

        in any case i realised the dongle wont let me use a BT keyboard in BIOS so i've decided against it but thanks for the recommendation!

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    anyone know if this will work in a qnap nas? ts-453b to be exact

  • +1 vote

    Forget driver updates from Asus/gigabyte after a year or two.

    Stick with Intel.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah, whatever driver that Asus/Gigabyte will have on their sites will most likely be some old old version of the Intel driver.

      I did remember at some point in the past, Intel had managed to invert 802.11k measurements, which was less than amusing for me when trying to get signal measurements. (Why is the signal getting stronger… further away? What?)

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      Intel is probably better with the security patches too?

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    does this work with 25% CB as well?

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    Wow, this is extremely cheap?

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    A noob question; would this work in a Dell Optimax 9020 SFF?

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    I bought an expensive computer for like $2k a year or so ago and it didnt come with a wifi/port to connect to internet with wifi. Could I use this for my computer and is it hard to install? will it fit most motherboards/machines? im quite inexperienced with this stuff.(Been using a 4g usb stick with sim cards for data to suit my needs)
    Thanks!

    • +2 votes

      If your computer has a free PCI-e slot (and space around it) it will be fine, your PC motherboard will be equipped with these. You might have to open the case and have a look. Watch a video on installing PCI-e Wifi adapter cards. It is relatively simple process.

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      yes to using this (if its a desktop)

      it's not hard to install generally speaking but you do need a free slot on your computer motherboard. If it's like a full size large chunky desktop, then I reckon its an atx motherboard and I'm semi confident you have a free slot. Best way to check if open the case (or look through the side of the case if its a transparent case).

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    I bought one for my HP SFF steam gaming rig, cheers OP!

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    Any cards that don't require the internal USB header for BT?

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      not possible yet if you want to use PCI-E. Only alternative is to install an m2 wifi 6 card into the m2 slot

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    Thanks OP, bought one to match my Xiaomi AX3600 router.

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    This deal stacked with the 25% cashback deal is a stellar deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/616697

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    This is a good deal considering the cheaper version EDUP cost $49 at the cheapest.

    Be aware, some windows 10 versions might have trouble detecting the card. It took me a whole Saturday day and night just to get it working.

    I also bought the exact same card from umart for $59 on Saturday but will be returning it back

  • +2 votes

    FYI This is essentially an ASUS AX58BT but without the heatsink. The heatsink makes no performance difference at all.

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    I'm assuming its using the older intel AX200 mini pci card rather than the New Intel WiFi E AX210 card.

    https://www.amazon.com/AX210-Expands-Bluetooth-Tri-Band-Wind...

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      Yes, this is wifi 6, not wifi 6E

    • +1 vote

      I don't even think ACMA have approved the use of the wifi 6e spectrum yet, but obviously if you do want to have support when they pull their thumbs out, do get an AX210 based card.

      You can find some on Ali for around the $40 mark for just the raw card for laptops, or $50 for the desktop version.

  • +1 vote

    For those wanting to know the difference

    https://dongknows.com/steps-to-do-an-wi-fi-6-e-upgrade-on-a-...

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    Cool. Upgraded from my wireless N. Nice to add Bluetooth built in.
    got offered a $5 discount for installing app, too.

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      the BT requires a spare USB port on your motherboard FYI

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        To be clear, It uses a usb header, I almost ordered a 9pin header-to- usb adapter before I opened the package and checked cable provided and my. Running well, thanks op

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          Yes cable is provided

          Good to see yours worked straight out of the box. It took me a whole weekend Saturday to get it working. Windows 10 just won't detect it.

          Its not working perfectly and now I'm enjoying full speeds on my 250/25 FTTP

          My previous wifi card was AC and could only go up go 180 max

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            @Homr: When I read your earlier comment re the Saturday wasted I was dreading the install, so when it worked straight-off I considered that "a win". A minor glitch the other day when it stopped recognising the WiFi but BT still showing, but all good again

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    dang just bought the TENDA E30 AX3000 from pcbytes for $55, shipped an hour ago :(

  • +1 vote

    $42.24 with the code PLUSNF4 (eBay Plus users only)

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    Hello,
    was wondering if this could fit my Gigabyte B550M AORUS ELITE AM4 mATX Motherboard, ive got a fat GTX 1060 connected to this thing right now…
    anyone help?

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      send pics

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      Do you have a spare pcie slot which is accessible?

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        im unsure to be honest… there technically is a SLIM chance i can slide it under the graphics card but i rekaon it'll cover the fan and cause heating problems… :/

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          Open your case and see, only way to find out :)

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    Arrived today. Only thing is it doesn't come in a box.

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    No packaging or manuals, just came in a plastic static proof bag.

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    Just received mine and replaced my old one straightaway.

    This might be the best $ I invested in my desktop.

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    any chance do it again?