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Wifi routers: Deco X Archer c4000

Hey guys, I was wondering if I should upgrade my router from a TP link Archer c4000 to a tp-link deco x. I don't get the speeds I was hoping for, I currently pay for spectrums 1GB Wi-Fi. I usually receive about 400 download and 23 upload hardwired and anywhere between 80 to 300 download and 23 upload wireless. I'm looking for a better faster Wi-Fi but also one that reaches farther in my house. Would the TP link deco be a faster Wi-Fi? I know it will be better everywhere in my house if I got the deco but I'm more concerned about the raw speed. 

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10 minutes ago, Bruuuh said:

Hey guys, I was wondering if I should upgrade my router from a TP link Archer c4000 to a tp-link deco x. I don't get the speeds I was hoping for, I currently pay for spectrums 1GB Wi-Fi. I usually receive about 400 download and 23 upload hardwired and anywhere between 80 to 300 download and 23 upload wireless. I'm looking for a better faster Wi-Fi but also one that reaches farther in my house. Would the TP link deco be a faster Wi-Fi? I know it will be better everywhere in my house if I got the deco but I'm more concerned about the raw speed. 

You are paying for gigabit but only getting 400 down on a wired run? I'd be more concerned about that. The c4000 should be more than enough router, so I'd look at the provider for reasons.

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Wouldn't buy any TP link product unless you can flash other firmware.

They have the habit of talking home and to third parties (for years). Recently they made news about sending all your traffic information to Avira without the option to disable this "feature".

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