Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Wireless Network Adapter for Laptop and Desktop PCs?NGFF M2 2230 Wi-Fi Card-2.4GHz 300Mbps or 5GHz 1733Mbps(160MHz) Bluetooth 5.0-Dual Band Wireless Bluetooth Adapter Intel Wireless-AC 9260 NGW
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I researched this wireless was the fastest model for downloading, however there is no driver for it just an update driver from Microsoft not Intel. And I dont see the speed indicated. But few days needed to try out some more test needed. I do have a router that's 1200Mbps, and still do not see that speed. Will return if it doesn't work as indicated on intel.
No problem, work with the Intel driver's on my Dell inspiron 5555 with an AMD A10 8700p please stop confusing people with the statement that this not work with AMD based computer. If you have an M2 socket your good to go!
Card itself was easy to install in the PC. In Windows 10 it worked perfectly fine. On Ubuntu though (which I wanted to run this system on in the first place), the card never finds any WiFi connections. Bluetooth works perfectly out of the box in Linux, but WiFi doesn't work at all. Simply telling us that "Linux and Chrome OS need compile driver" doesn't help at all. How about an actual link to specific driver installation instructions?
To sum up, this is probably a good card for most users running Windows 10, so in that use case scenario I recommend this card for sure. However, if you're a Linux user-- *stay away.* I burned an entire weekend trying to figure out how to get it to work and scoured the internet for a solution, and nothing worked.
If you're using this card with Linux the connection is very poor. I literally have to lean over my laptop to stay connected . If I move 3 feet away for 15 seconds the connection will drop. I even bought a set of Bluetooth V5.0 wireless headphones hoping to improve the connection but its the same results of my older wireless Bluetooth V4.0 headphones, dropped connection. I turned off power management on the card plus boosted the output from 22 to 30 and I still get the same result.
Replaced a buggy card that dropped networks. This card only gets about 30/30 Mbps. Other Wi-Fi adapters gets about 150/150 on the same network... So I'm a bit disappointed with performance. At least it doesn't drop networks.