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ASUS VS TP LINK

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I about to buy a wireless adapter but there is two to chose . A TP LINK TP WN8200ND OR A ASUS USB N13 WIRELESS N300

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Which one has DDWRT support?

what's that lol
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TP Link lost, ASUS wins by default.

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Which one has DDWRT support? 

 

DDWRT cannot be installed on wireless adapters.

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i had a TP-link of some sort..

caused errors with Microsoft Outlook.. something about the QoS settings that arent configurable in the TPLink..

odd, butr true

 

but to my old Netgear N600

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DDWRT cannot be installed on wireless adapters.

Derp I thought he was talking about routers my bad. 

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Brought the tp link one :P it was working very well . Thanks guys

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Asus hands down.

ps first time i heard tp-link i thought it was a bathroom product for some reason

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Both are good brands, though If I had to choose I would pick the Asus wireless adapter. 

Better drivers and support. 

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Brought the tp link one :P it was working very well . Thanks guys

past tense... i knew it something is wrong... TP-Link is not to be trusted

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(WAS)Old Coop:
CPU: Intel C2D E7500 | Motherboard: Gigabyte G31M-ES2L | RAM: V-Gen 4GB Dual Channel | GPU: Galaxy GT210 | Case: Power-Up ??? | HDD: Seagate 500GB | PSU: Power-up 500W

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The reason I chose tp link is because someone told me something . to link is the manufacturer of wireless products and things but Asus are not .

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Take advantage of your pci-e connection with this:

http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/?model=TL-WDN4800

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The reason I chose tp link is because someone told me something . to link is the manufacturer of wireless products and things but Asus are not .

ASUS DO manufacture wireless products... you just have to google them >.>

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(WAS)Old Coop:
CPU: Intel C2D E7500 | Motherboard: Gigabyte G31M-ES2L | RAM: V-Gen 4GB Dual Channel | GPU: Galaxy GT210 | Case: Power-Up ??? | HDD: Seagate 500GB | PSU: Power-up 500W

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past tense... i knew it something is wrong... TP-Link is not to be trusted

 

Never had a problem with it. What's the problem with it?

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Never had a problem with it. What's the problem with it?

I've had 5 different TP-Links each one has constant disconnect and connect of wifi for the people in my home and 7 out of 10 when i start up the pc the internet isnt working until i restarted, checked almost everything bought new ones but theyre all the same, changed to ASUS now its 100% better.

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(WAS)Old Coop:
CPU: Intel C2D E7500 | Motherboard: Gigabyte G31M-ES2L | RAM: V-Gen 4GB Dual Channel | GPU: Galaxy GT210 | Case: Power-Up ??? | HDD: Seagate 500GB | PSU: Power-up 500W

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Nothing wrong with the TP-Link. I have mine for a couple of years now and still working like on day one. Gonna upgrade soon though - possibly to TP-Link again.

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I got a TP link Wireless-N pci-e card for my desktop fairly recently as I don't always have the option of wired connections with it, and so far, it's been rock solid. I debated an ASUS one as well, and I have an asus router that I love, but it was either 2x2 asus or 3x3 TP-Link, so I went with the TP-Link and don't regret it.

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I have a TP link PCI-E card as well and it is great, i get a good constant high speed connection. You made a good choice.

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