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FabulousMeerkat436 asked this question on 01-12-2021 at 05:17 PM
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Depends on your case, if there is minimal airflow around your expansion cards, you should get the heatsink version.
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Dude this is an Intel card. Rosewill is the brand of the adapter its slotted into.
This is a dumb take, because youre not gonna be buying a 6e router for a while since they cost 600 dollars and by the time that you do either the adapters will be cheaper or a new spec will have come out
Wifi 6 and wifi 6e are identical except that wifi 6e uses a new wireless frequency (6 GHz). Wifi 6 devices operate on an extremely crowded frequency (5 GHz), so wifi 6e should see better performance.

And true, it's 50%, but it's also only $10. Wifi 4 released in 2009 and wifi 5 released in 2014, so let's assume wifi 7 will release five years from now. Are you willing to spend $10 more for potentially better wifi performance for the next five years?

My guess is within a few months, all new wifi adapters will support wifi 6e as the cost isn't much higher than wifi 6 adapters. Unless you need one right away and absolute lowest cost is the highest priority, I would either buy a wifi 6e adapter or wait until they drop in price by $10.

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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.
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these also go into ITX/SFF/HTPCs so yes every little bit matters
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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 also got a m2 one from Newegg, but the m2 on MB doesn't support the 2230 one.
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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 wonder when you install PCIE AX210 version, will the device manager state/identify intel AX210 in w10 or the PCIE board?
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Is it reliable? Not many review.
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Is it reliable? Not many review.
I have not had an issue with mine from a brand called edup. I'm guessing they're all the same, just the shell is different.
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Will this work on a ASRock B550m with r5 3600?
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Dude this is an Intel card. Rosewill is the brand of the adapter its slotted into.
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Imho. Rosewill is an inferior product compared to intel cards on the market. Even the Chinese ones that use the pcie adapters are better. I've owned both and only my intel one works to connect and consistently keep steady on streams. I've tried using their drivers. Generic ones too.

Don't get rosewill.
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Dude this is an Intel card. Rosewill is the brand of the adapter its slotted into.
Ahh. I'm dumb. Thanks. I just got triggered knowing rosewill was being sold. Didn't know this was adapter only. Rosewill in-house was just so bad I had to say it.
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Haha I have the same feeling of revulsion when I see the name.
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Ahh. I'm dumb. Thanks. I just got triggered knowing rosewill was being sold. Didn't know this was adapter only. Rosewill in-house was just so bad I had to say it.
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I'd wait a couple more months for wifi6e to be released .
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Can't you just get ax210 that has WiFi 6E?
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