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Intel Wireless-Ac 9260, 2230, 2X2 Ac+Bt, Gigabit, No Vpro - $12 (Back in Stock)

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I bought this last time to upgrade my itx board's WiFi and the speeds tripled.
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How do we find out whether this is on the whitelist for a particular laptop? I heard they don't work with all laptops because laptop makers have only certified certain ones to work with their laptops...something about FCC certification process.
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How do we find out whether this is on the whitelist for a particular laptop? I heard they don't work with all laptops because laptop makers have only certified certain ones to work with their laptops...something about FCC certification process.
Just depends what laptop you have. First step would prob be to google your laptop model and 9260. For example, I bought this a couple weeks ago when it was $11. I searched for "lenovo yoga 910 9260" and there were several posts saying that it worked.
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How do we find out whether this is on the whitelist for a particular laptop? I heard they don't work with all laptops because laptop makers have only certified certain ones to work with their laptops...something about FCC certification process.
I haven't done it in a long time, but in the past, whitelisting the wificards on your laptop bios was possible and pretty easy if you were handy.
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AX200 is $22 on Amazon. Draft Wifi 6 / 802.11ax for $10 more. If you are opening up a system, you might as well put that in. Wifi 6 is going to be MUCH nicer for sharing wifi amongst devices.
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In for one. My Dell Inspiron 13 7378 has 3165NGW which performs poorly. Hopefully no whitelist problems.
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