|Item model number||AX916C|
|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.3 x 6.7 x 2.4 inches|
|Date First Available||November 21, 2019|
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MSI Dual Band AX 200 WiFi 6 Bluetooth 5.0 Long Range Wireless MU-MIMO PCIe Network Adapter Card (AX916C)
|Hardware Interface||Bluetooth, USB, PCI, USB 2.0|
|Data Link Protocol||Bluetooth, USB|
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- Wi-Fi 6 AX200 module (Intel AX200NGW)
- 802.11ax dual band 2x2 160Mhz bandwidth
- Support MU-MIMO technology
- 3x Bandwidth with up to 2.4Gbps Transmission Data Rate
- Supports Bluetooth 5.0
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MSI Gaming product features the latest Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax standard, and speed up to 2.4Gbps, which is 3x times faster than the ethernet LAN. The latency is also 75% lower than the previous generation. With Wi-Fi 6 technology, MSI is destined to break the speed myth of wireless connection.
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Installed this on a new pc build with fresh install of windows 10.
One of the things I didn't realize when I bought the adapter was the PCI express card also requires a internal USB Connection - (Connection from motherboard to pci express card) It comes with the cable you will need to do this, however it may require you to disconnect another USB device on your motherboard to use this, as it did in my case.
**The internal USB connection on the motherboard is usually used to connect the USB ports on the front or top of your PC Case to the motherboard. **
The other problem I had was the drivers disc sent with the card was not readable. I tried it on 2 different PC's both would not read the disc. Not a huge problem as you can usually find better, more up-to-date drivers on the Manufacturer website.
I went over to the MSI website only to find , there is no product actually called "MSI AX905C" on the site.
I was able to find a product called the MSI Herald-AX Intel AX200NGW Wifi 6 , it appeared to be the same device, so I went for it. Sure enough , it worked.
So be aware MSI calls it the MSI Herald-AX Intel AX200NGW Wifi 6 , if you are looking for support/drivers.
After all of those little hiccups, it installed and worked well. Low latency on 5ghz and relatively good speed. Will report more if it changes, after more use.
The Bluetooth is perfect. Have been able to use a mouse, keyboard, headset, and phone at the same time with excellent signal.
The base is magnetic so you could mount it on the side or top. The design was particularly attractive and I'm very happy with the extended antennas.
Price is good because it roughly equals out to $20 for the Intel chip and $20 for the E key m.2 slot to PCIE X1 with the drivers and antenna kit included.
Only problem I had was with support. You tell them you tried the MSI, Realtek, and Intel drivers, they give up and tell you it's somebody else. The guy at MSI said it he heard from some other customer it was the Intel chip. I knew that was wrong because the Bluetooth worked and I was getting a Realtek Family Controller issue that wouldn't allow the AX200 to initialize WI-FI. So if you can get the Bluetooth to work, but not the WI-FI, check Windows Device manager for the Realtek Family Controller and see if it has that yellow caution sign. If it does, update your BIOS before you start dismantling Windows like I did because I thought it was just a driver problem. Had the support been anything more than foreigners who read you manuals in broken English or go through a generic troubleshooting list, I would give 5 stars. MSI really has to try harder in that regard, because it's going to cost them more money to keep swapping products out with customers, than to just hire people with a modicum of interest in fixing things. For that reason, I really don't recommend MSI products to people who don't have an intermediate understanding of every component of their PC and their OS.
By Jeremy on May 9, 2019
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I''ll be throwing in some ubquiti wifi 6 AP's soon and maybe with the 2.4GHz and 5GHz seperate it will unlock the true speed on this card but it's all a bit lack luster currently.
Reviewed in Canada on November 8, 2020