Amazon.com: Customer reviews: EDUP LOVE WiFi 6E AX210 PCIE WiFi Card Bluetooth5.2 with Heat Sink Upgrade to 6GHz/5GHz/2.4GHz Tri-Band, Up to 5400Mbps,160MHz,Ultra-Low Latency,OFDMA,MU-MIMO,Support Windows 11/10 64Bit
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 23, 2022
Install was straight forward. Had downloaded newest drivers from manufacturer. Install was easy. Doing a great job! Nice not to have to run cable all over the rental I am in. Will be ordering another for computer currently building. Update: 11/30/2022 Installed originally on Windows 10. Recently upgraded Ram and CPU and Windows 11 upgraded by Microsoft as it now passed their upgrade test. AX1800M still doing an excellent job. With other computer ( still windows 10) playing online game. Speed test showing 330 Mbps down 11 Mbps UP with 51ms latency. I am very pleased with these cards.
3.0 out of 5 starsPretty good but not as advertised
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 2, 2022
It's good for the price but it's not what it says it is. It brags that it's "wi-fi 6", on my computer it offers "wi-fi 3" and looking at the protocol it reads "Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)" which I'm taken to understand is the real one. Also, screws don't fit in the back so it sits in there kinda flimsy. Like I said though, good for the price
To get the card working on Windows 10 I had to manually download and install the latest drivers for it's chipset from Intel's website. The manufacture's website provided drivers did not work. Other than that weirdness its working fine.
I bought this for my Sister's Birthday present to replace a USB dongle wifi-5 ac adapter. I did not use the extra power cable that plugs into the back of the card and then into a USB header as there were none free on the motherboard. Didn't need Bluetooth which is what I think the extra power is for. Installed the card and intel's latest driver. Ran internet speed test and got 150 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up. Her modem has 400/20 connection. Her wifi router is a TP-Link AX6000. I tested her old ac usb dongle and got 230 Mbps down 15 mbps up. Checked everything with new adapter and wondered if I needed that power cable. Uninstalled the Intel driver and used the Windows 10 Microsoft driver and the speed went to 250-300 Mbps down / 20 Mbps up.
I just received this card, and immediately installed it in my computer. Took longer to seat it into the board than anything else - and that only took a few seconds. I installed the drivers that came on the enclosed thumb drive (who sends software on a THUMB DRIVE? That was nice).
My system booted right back up, with WIFI and Bluetooth. I was using one of those USB Bluetooth dongles, but my BT was intermittent. I gave this 4 stars, because I need to test it a bit before I'm confident giving it 5 stars.
I disconnected my ethernet, connected my WiFi, and ran a speedtest. I hit 73Mbs down and up - which is amazing, because I pay for 75 up/down, and this test was the best I have ever had. I ran the test several times to make sure. Looks good!
It’s a great card, however you need to install the drivers from intels website yourself before you can use it so make sure to have a usb from another pc to plug in and install in yours. The card comes with a disk, but no usb. So, if you aren’t really tech savvy it might be difficult for you. However, it only takes a few mins if you know where to get the drivers. Some of the reviews have the exact Bluetooth and WiFi drivers name, so take a look.
Exactly as advertised. Improved my download and gaming speeds greatly right away. Super easy to install windows found the drive and install them without the cd even being used so that was cool. I did knock it a star because it says it can be used in a pciex16 if that’s what’s open and I wouldn’t work in that slot. But moved it around to a pcie x1 slot it work great.
Update: the red wire came loose after moving it so be warned about it’s wiring.
My computer had never connected to Wifi at the advertised speed, then I realized that my network card was not capable of that speed. This card is a cheap fix for that problem. It requires bluetooth to be connected with a USB cable routed to a USB port on the mother board, which is usually connected to ports on the front of the computer. I chose not to hook it up.
Little thicker than I thought. Had to squeeze it in over the graphics card and now they touch. But it works and it was plug and play. I didn’t have to do anything more. Too bad I had no more USB ports to use the Bluetooth cable. My kid will make due.
Don't understand why a PCI-E card requires the extra USB connection. My setup wasn't hampered far as hardware though. Installing the software worked fine for the Bluetooth driver; the Wi-Fi driver didn't prompt or exhibit any results or confirmation. Had me worried until I enabled Wi-Fi in Win10 settings. Very confusing and non-intuitive. Overall it works great, I'm on gigabit fiber and speeds are incredible.