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Note: Compatible with motherboards that have M.2 key E slots
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Wi-Fi 6E is right around the corner. Wi-Fi 6 (vanilla) will probably have the shortest lifespan ever. Still a good deal if you need something right now, but if AC/5 is working for you, 6E is going to blow 6 away in performance so just wait a few months.

Source: https://www.duckware.com/tech/wif...tml#wifi6e
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Heads up for anyone relying on the Bluetooth on this card: It's definitely temperamental.

Swapped this in to replace a 9260NGW and my Bluetooth range went down quite a bit regardless of whether I used the case antennas or the external ones.

If there's a way to boost the output through a driver setting or registry tweak, I haven't found it yet.

It also gets confused if you use the Bluetooth quick toggle in Windows, forcing you to sometimes have to disable/enable the device in device manager to get it to come back.

Aside from that, it's a decent drop in WiFi replacement if your motherboard was already getting WiFi from the M2 slot (I wouldn't go actively seeking it otherwise).
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There is probably someone who's got a mobo with 4 M.2 slots, of which only 2 are able to be used simultaneously for drive space, who might benefit from this.

Anyone know if Mini PCI-e is just being replaced by M.2? Seems like a logical move, but idk.
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Wi-Fi 6E is right around the corner. Wi-Fi 6 (vanilla) will probably have the shortest lifespan ever. Still a good deal if you need something right now, but if AC/5 is working for you, 6E is going to blow 6 away in performance so just wait a few months.

Source: https://www.duckware.com/tech/wif...tml#wifi6e
Most of us are data capped by our ISPs anyway, so the extra speed isn't going to matter much for residential.

We really need to get rid of Ajit Pai.
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More expensive, but from a legitimate brand.
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you can buy a similar one with added PCIe adapter for similar price any day from amazon. one example here: https://www.amazon.com/Cudy-WE300...B082NZYDDM but there are many like this.
can i use it in pci.e x1 (pci.e 2.0) or x16 (pci.e 3.0) ?
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One time where buy now ask later backfired, I got this for a laptop thinking how could it be cheaper only to find out bare cards are. On the plus side retail box means I don't have to research to ensure I get a legit card I guess. I love how Newegg sends a stock boy to slam dunk your product in a box 2 minutes after you press order so you can't cancel.
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does this fit in the cmnv or whatever that wierd bluetooth/wifi slot intel was pushing on 9 series (z390) motherboards? cause that's what i have.
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Is there a benefit to m.2 vs pcie?
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I am shopping for a wifi card, but not sure $5 off retail is worth dealing with newegg return.
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is "end-up" a good brand wifi card?
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