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Wifi faster then ethernet adapter?

hi!.

I currently have a really old/ slow tp link ethernet to mains power adapter and for some reason its slower then when I use the built in wifi that came with my mobo. Useing ethernet I get under 15mbps down and up and when I use wifi Im getting around 100 down 30 up.

 

Im stuck between these two but not 100% which one I need or is better. Also do I need dual band? 2.4 + 5ghz?

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/tp-link-tl-pa8010p-kit-v2-av1300-gigabit-passthrough-powerline-starter-kit

 

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/tp-link-tl-wpa7510kit-av1000-gigabit-powerline-ac-wi-fi-kit

 

Thank you !

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I am not sure that your issue lies with the powerline adapter you are using. If you cannot run a cable across, perhaps its worth considering getting a better access point so that you achieve better speeds wirelessly.

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On 1/24/2021 at 1:10 PM, computerbeing said:

I am not sure that your issue lies with the powerline adapter you are using. If you cannot run a cable across, perhaps its worth considering getting a better access point so that you achieve better speeds wirelessly.

When I use wifi for gaming etc it isnt as stable as of when I use the power adapter so I get rubber banding and high ping. I read somewhere that the low end/ cheap tp link adapters are not as good as the higher price ones but not sure how true that is.

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