Fenvi AX200NGW PCI-E WiFi 6 Wireless Adapter
The Fenvi AX200NGW PCI-E WiFi 6 wireless adapter supports 802.11ax via 2x2 MU-MIMO antennas over the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands for PC motherboards in the PCI-E/x1/x4/x8/x16 form-factors, based on the "Cyclone Peak" PHY powering the Wireless AX-22260 NIC family. As a Wi-Fi 6 adapter, it supports 802.11ax over 2x2 MU-MIMO antennae, and peak bandwidth of 2.4 Gbps, with support for both the 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands.
OFDMA is a symbol that transmits data. It divides its data among smaller sub carriers for more stability and wider coverage. AX WiFi uses a 4x longer OFDM symbol to create 4x more sub carriers. Because of this, Wi-Fi 6’s longer OFDM symbol provides increased coverage and makes it 11% faster. Enjoy rock solid coverage from your garage to the second story and get ultra-fast connections for all your smart home, mobile, gaming and desktop devices in between.
This new gaming high speed wireless adapter is equipped with BT5.0 technology which supports the connectivity with Bluetooth headset, Bluetooth stereo, Bluetooth keyboard, Bluetooth mouse and others for more conveniences and demands. Efficient WiFi Emission Insert it in a desktop computer to build wireless WIFI signals.
Device Type :
- PCI-E Wireless Adapter
- PCI Express
Wireless Network Standards:
- IEEE 802.11ax
- IEEE 802.11ac
- IEEE 802.11n
- IEEE 802.11g
- IEEE 802.11b
- IEEE 802.11a
Wireless Data Transfer Rates:
5GHz- UP to 2400Mbps
2.4GHz- UP to 574Mbps
- WEP, WPA, WPA2
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User reviews on www.amazon.com:
Good, often bad
Ricky Rick July 13, 2019
I try to wire in as many devices as I can. Unfortunately, my desktop is in a spot where running an ethernet cord would be disruptive. So I bought a wifi 6 router and this bad boy.
After some channel setting on my router, I could reach 1 gigabit speed with this adapter (confirmed with internet speed test and moving files locally on the network). I can't really test higher speeds because my network hardware maxes at gigabit cables. Windows does indicate between 1.2-2.4 gbps speeds for the adapter.
Problem is, invariably, after several hours the thing slows to a crawl. Like 10 mbps. Strangely, it does this while still connected to 5ghz and the same channel as before. Disabling and re enabling the adapter always gets it back to speed. Maybe a new driver will fix that.
Both WiFi and BT works now
Ray August 18, 2019
Got a replacement card from Amazon and now both WiFi and Bluetooth works. Original card has defective bluetooth it seems? Either way I am changing this to 4 stars now. Will update down the road how this one holds up
Installing this on a X99 motherboard. The WiFi part of the card works perfectly, meanwhile the bluetooth part does not work. I cannot even get the system to recognize the bluetooth portion and every install of Intel's AX200 bluetooth driver failed.
I am paying for WiFi + Bluetooth. If I am just paying for WiFi I am expecting a lower price tag.
Good product, poor description
S.C. August 19, 2019
It's a good card with good speeds. The description really should be more clear, though. It doesn't say that for the Bluetooth to work you need to hook it up not only to the pcie slit, but also to an internal USB 2.0 header via an included cable. Luckily I had one free one (which the included cable barely reached) but be wary of this if you've already used up all your headers.
Good wifi card
Lucas Holt August 20, 2019
This card is a good value. It seems to work better than my previous card, with the caveat that you must download updated drivers from Intel directly.
I've had luck using the card with Windows 10 and Linux. It does not work in MidnightBSD yet.
I've only tried the bluetooth in windows and that seems to work fine.
it is a good product
Laszlo K. December 1, 2019
If you have a dual boot (linux / windows) system then you will have issues. Not just this card, but with any with the same chip). Windows does something to the card when shutting down and linux can not start it then. If you do not let windows turn the card off in advanced settings then linux will be able to use it every time it reboots, but then windows can not turn the card on at reboot and you will need to manually connect to the wifi network on windows every time. One would think that there are standards for this in 2019 and used by the OS vendors / developers on both sides. Again this issue is not about the card, but their driver support on both operating systems. If you do not have a dual boot system (99% of users do not have one), then it will work flawlessly. I recommend the card.
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