TP-Link's Archer AX6000: chipset?

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Aqualung

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What do you guys think of TP-Link's Archer AX6000? What chipset does it have? Looks like it's gotten rave reviews in various places...
 

digits n bits

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TP-Link AX90 will be out shortly not sure of the chipset but it looks like a pretty nice router. Tri-band.
 

digits n bits

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Ax11000 is Broadcom based. They seem to use a mixture of Broadcom and QCE for their routers. They have a tendency to drop support as a new models are introduced, the old model just gets forgotten. I may try the AX90 when it comes out, but both my Asus routers are solid, no issues.
 

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