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FabulousMeerkat436 asked this question on 01-12-2021 at 05:17 PM
01-15-2021 at 10:39 AM
Depends on your case, if there is minimal airflow around your expansion cards, you should get the heatsink version.
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OK there is one on Amazon that is offering Wifi 6E.... at$35... has 1000s of reviews....

When you get the product, there is a coupon to get 50% off if you give them a positive review.

Well guess what. The product I got was utter shiet because simple economics makes this impossible.

I just think this is a new sophisticated fraud where it's economically feasible to import a rebranded garbage product from china, game the review system, and then close the account when shit hits the fan.
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OK there is one on Amazon that is offering Wifi 6E.... at$35... has 1000s of reviews....

When you get the product, there is a coupon to get 50% off if you give them a positive review.

Well guess what. The product I got was utter shiet because simple economics makes this impossible.

I just think this is a new sophisticated fraud where it's economically feasible to import a rebranded garbage product from china, game the review system, and then close the account when shit hits the fan.
Thanks for the downvotes dummies but you ain't getting an Intel Wifi 6E chipset for $17.50 to your door.
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Nice!
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Wouldn't 6Hz have more trouble piercing walls which would kinda ruin the point of reduced interference?
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How do these AX200 adapters work connecting to AC routers compared to, say, Realtek 8814AU (which is what I have now.)
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What is better for speed and connectivity? Upgrade my desktop intel 1703 PCI-e mini or buy pci-e card or buy a dual band router and bridge wirelessly to my router in the basement and connect new router by ethernet to my desktop
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you can probably uncheck power management options such as allow Windows to turn off this device to save power, and/or USB selective suspend to get your current dongle working.

haven't had any issue w/ v22.10.0.2 of the Intel BT driver on the Asus version, FWIW

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I've been looking into getting one of these as my Bluetooth USB adapter doesn't always want to turn on when waking up my PC which forces me to unplug and plug it back in every time. Can anyone vouch for its bluetooth performance? I don't particularly need the range to be far-reaching.
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The AX210 also comes with BT 5.2 which implements a number of new features including LE audio. I personally see that alone being worth the extra $10.
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Thanks for the downvotes dummies but you ain't getting an Intel Wifi 6E chipset for $17.50 to your door.
so youre mad that your unhelpful post was marked by people as unhelpful why?
other than the item being similar, youre really just bitching about amazons review system, which you know, ISNT HELPFUL
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Exactly what I needed for a build w/ asrock b550 phantom, which lacks both BT and wifi. Thank you.

Personally don't need WiFi 6E now, since routers are just hitting market and are very pricey. Got a velop mesh wifi 6 system w/ 5 nodes for a little over $600. A 6E version of this system would run upwards of $2K. I have 300/300 from ISP, which is basically where wifi 6 tops out in real world speeds in a wood/drywall single family home.
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out of stock
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Why is there a heatsink version?

Do these actually run that hot?

I ordered an AX210 kit for my desktop from China. My MB has an M2 slot.

For those that want a PCIE AX210 version, look here [ebay.com]. Its $30.
I got this instead...thanks! Repped funny it's coming from Rowland Hts.so I should be getting it soon.
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you can probably uncheck power management options such as allow Windows to turn off this device to save power, and/or USB selective suspend to get your current dongle working.

haven't had any issue w/ v22.10.0.2 of the Intel BT driver on the Asus version, FWIW
Yeah, I've done both those things, but there are still times where the USB adapter doesn't turn on after being woken up.
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most motherboards with the onboard slot also have the ability to mount this through the I/O shield so length should not be an issue if you're choosing to do minor surgery

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For those with m.2 wifi enabled ITX cases I would suggest buying intel wifi kit instead. This one routes BT chip through usb header and has a short antenna cable which may not reach to your m.2 slot. Intel wifi kit can also be found for 20 dollars occasionally. This one will also solve your wifi/BT problem and decent price tho so not a bad deal, but not perfect.
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I'd wait a couple more months for wifi6e to be released .
I am not convinced that WiFi 6E will be better then running ethernet cables, which I just did all over the house.
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