I bought the TP LINK AX3000 PCIe wifi card and whenever I put it in the slot, the bracket(The metal brace where you screw in the antennas and where you screw it in place from the outside of the case does not line up properly with the hole of the case. So I have to push against the bracket from the inside of the case to make the holes line up, However, this causes the card to slightly move up a bit. It is not completely out of the PCIe slot, but the back of it moves up a little bit. Will this cause stability issues? I am saying is that the card does not go right into the slot, it has wiggle room. Also, does the CMD command "netsh wlan show interface" show an accurate reading? Because whenever I use PCIe wifi cards the signal is always 90 percent or below and the transmit rate is always lower than the receive rate.