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fenvi PCIe WiFi Adapter Card WiFi 6 AX200 PCIe Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax Card PC Internet Network Wireless PCI Card Next-Gen MU-MIMO 2x2 2.4GHz 5GHz BT 5.0 3000Mbps 11AX Miracast vPro AX200NGW OFDMA WiFi nic
|Data Link Protocol||Bluetooth, USB, Gigabit Ethernet|
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- The fenvi Wi-Fi 6 AX200 internal desktop computers adapter is a WLAN card that 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.
- Matching Wi-Fi 6 devices adapters desktops will deliver the best results for example: ASUS Gigabit WiFi Router GT-AX11000 RT-AX88U RT-AX92U RT-AX95Q RT-AX95U GT-AX6000 RT-AX58U ROG Rapture Arris SURFboard mAX W31 TG9442 D-Link DIR-X6060 DIR-X9000 Netgear RAX200 (Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12) RAX80 (Nighthawk AX8) RAX120 (Nighthawk AX12) RAX40 (Nighthawk AX4) RAX40 (Nighthawk AX4) AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Router TP-LINK Archer AX11000 Archer AX1500 Archer AX1800 Tplink Archer AX6000 Calix GigaSpire ect
- 4x Longer OFDM Symbol Make Latency A Thing of The Past The Wi-Fi 6 standard uses OFDMA for increased efficiency lag-free performance. Imagine your WiFi connection as a series of delivery trucks delivering data packets to your devices. With 802.11ac WiFi, each delivery truck or “packet” could only deliver one parcel to one device at a time. But with OFDMA, each truck can deliver multiple parcels to multiple devices simultaneously improvement in efficiency works for both uploads and downloads.
- Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 10, 64-bit (even XP), Google Chrome OS, Linux, there's also Linux support, enabled in the Linux 5.1 kernel (if you have any existing Wifi or Bluetooth drivers; it may cause an error in the device manager and the newly installed card may not operate properly. please disabled the old driver in the Device Manager) A USB header is required from the motherboard for Bluetooth functionality but a USB 2.0 Male A port is provided on the card.
- New gaming high speed wireless adapter bluetooth 5.0 Function Equipped with BT5.0 technology. Support connecting 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. Mobile phones, laptops, tablet, PCs are able to connected. Driver：https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/189347/Intel-Wi-Fi-6-AX200
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|MacOS Airport Continuity & Handoff BCM94360CD||ax200ngw wifi 6||9260NGW ac wifi||8260NGW ac wifi||ax200 wifi 6||MacOS Airport Continuity & Handoff BCM4360|
|Combined Speed||AC1750 1300Mbps 5GHz + 450Mbps 2.4GHz||ac3000 2400Mbps 5GHz + 574Mbps 2.4GHz||2030Mbps 1730Mbps 5GHz or 300Mbps 2.4GHz||ac1200 5GHz 867Mbps + 2.4GHz 300Mbps||ac3000 2400Mbps 5GHz + 574Mbps 2.4GHz||ac1200 5GHz 867Mbps + 2.4GHz 300Mbps|
|Wireless Standard||802.11a/b/g/n/ac macOS Native Support||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax Wi-Fi 6||802.11 ac/a/b/g/n||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax Wi-Fi 6||802.11a/b/g/n/ac macOS Native Support|
|Dual Band (5+2.4Ghz)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|PC Online Gaming||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Large File Downloads||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Windows support||✓||Windows 10, 64-bit*||Windows 10, 64-bit*||Windows 7, 32-bit* Windows 7, 64-bit*/Windows 8.1, 64-bit*/Windows 10, 64-bit*||Windows 10, 64-bit*||✓|
Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax Card PC Internet Network Wireless PCI Card
- This AX200 is PCI-e Wi-Fi 6 ax200ngw bt 5.0 pcie wifi card for desktop, it supporting a maximum speed of 2.4 Gbps on the 5 GHz (160 MHz) band and around 574 MB/s using 2.4 GHz band (802.11ax in both). The module supports MU-MIMO, 2x2 TX/RX channels with two antennae and BT 5.0 . In addition to Windows 10 and Google Chrome OS, there's also Linux support, enabled in the Linux 5.1 kernel.
Matching Wi-Fi 6 devices will deliver the best results FV-AX200, like have a compatible router for wifi 6:
- ASUS Gigabit WiFi Router GT-AX11000 RT-AX88U RT-AX92U RT-AX95Q RT-AX95U GT-AX6000 RT-AX58U ROG Rapture
- Arris SURFboard mAX W31 TG9442 D-Link DIR-X6060 DIR-X9000
- Netgear RAX200 (Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12) RAX80 (Nighthawk AX8) RAX120 (Nighthawk AX12) RAX40 (Nighthawk AX4) RAX40 (Nighthawk AX4) AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Router
- TP-LINK Archer AX11000 Archer AX1500 Archer AX1800 Tplink Archer AX6000 Calix GigaSpire GS2020E GS2026E Charter RAX1V1K NEC BL1000HW
- Ruckus R730
- And many other version wifi 6 ax routers which support wifi 6 network
- With MU-MIMO technology, ax3000 can provide two simultaneous data streams, improving the throughput and efficiency of the entire network when working with a compatible MU-MIMO router.
- Pack More Data With 1024 QAM
- With 1024-QAM, each symbol carries 10 bits rather than 8 bits, improving raw speeds by 25% compared to 802.11ac 256-QAM. Watch Netflix at home or live stream Twitch Broadcasts from your home computer – with 1024 QAM, streaming just got that much better.
- Flags: BT 5.0, DFS (slave), VHT160, HE160, Wi-Fi 6, 1024QAM
- Bands: 2.4 Ghz 5 Ghz
- Channel: 20MHz, 40MHz, 80MHz, 80+80MHz & 160MHz
- Data Rates: 600.8 Mbps(80 MHz, 1 SS) 9607.8Mbps(160Mhz, 8 SS)
- Interference from your neighbors' wireless networks can cause issues with your wireless signal. BSS (Base Service Station) Color, marks frames from neighboring networks so that your router can ignore them. If you’ve ever lived in an apartment or close to your neighbors, this means that your router just became that much more efficient – no extra work required.
- 802.11ax will employ an explicit beamforming procedure, similar to that of 802.11ac. Under this procedure, the beamformer initiates a channel sounding procedure with a Null Data Packet. The beamformee measures the channel and responds with a beamforming feedback frame, containing a compressed feedback matrix. The beamformer uses this information to compute the channel matrix, H. The beamformer can then use this channel matrix to focus the RF energy toward each user.
- Wi-Fi 6 expands the WiFi band from 80 MHz to 160 MHz, doubling the channel width and creating a faster connection from your router to the device. With Wi-Fi 6, you can enjoy 8K movies, large file downloads and uploads, and responsive smart home devices – all without buffering.
- If you find yourself online gaming via Wi-Fi, you may rightly be wary of the performance hit compared to using a wired Ethernet connection. However, this AX3000 new wireless adapter from fenvi could reduce such worries, as it provides far better performance than previous-generation solutions.
- Simultaneous Entertainment for All
- A revolutionary combination of OFDMA and MU-MIMO technologies ensures the most efficient Wi-Fi connection for your PC. OFDMA technology divides band resources into smaller units while MU-MIMO allows more devices to communicate simultaneously—without lag.
- This AX3000 network card is a Wi-Fi 6 module for desktop,The fenvi ax3000 uses an Intel chipset and offers 2x2 Wi-Fi 6 (plus Bluetooth 5.0) and a theoretical maximum throughput of 2.4Gbps. That’s around 40% faster than a previous-gen Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) 2x2 device – a substantial speed boost.
- Furthermore, Wi-Fi 6 BT adapter also improves performance in congested areas such as, say, apartment blocks with lots of wireless routers, the fenvi AX3000 desktop PCIe network adapter will deliver four times more network capacity than a Wi-Fi 5 setup.
- The main benefit you’re getting with the new card is the step up from a maximum theoretical throughput of intel 9260 1.73Gbps to intel ax200 wifi 6 2.4Gbps, plus the other aforementioned performance benefits of Wi-Fi 6 in terms of its better ability to cope in congested Wi-Fi areas.
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So thing of note: Even Asus doesnt have their own drivers for their PCE-AX58BT wifi6 card. They are using Intel's drivers so since the Bluetooth Driver for this card is more current than what Asus has on their driver package, use Fenvi's Bluetooth driver instead and use Asus' (I mean intel's) Wifi driver; or just look up the intel drivers: Intel Wireless Bluetooth driver 188.8.131.52 and Intel PROSet/Wireless Software 21.40.2
Hope this helps everyone out and remember, even if you're not getting 1 gig down, that doesnt mean it's not working. You should be getting consistantly 100mbps on some average use case or on the worst as they're a lot of factors, such as, materials and thickness of your walls and houses, how far are you from the router, to even the position and placement of the cards antenna that come into play.
But until IEEE standardizes wifi6, this is the best for now. Check back Jan 2021 LOL
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.
The downside of just having a basic driver is customization. This card is cable of utilizing 160mhz frequency, which doubles the bandwidth. I was his 1.6 Gbps throughput. Without software to specifically choose 160mhz, Windows makes the decision for you. Unfortunately, I would find that Windows would again and again revert to the 80mhz frequency, topping out at 867mhz. That puts it on par with the ac1300 card this was replacing.
This card needs software to customize the settings so the end user can get the experience they desire and actually get the most out of the card. As is, there's a lot of unused performance I simply can't utilize, despite having an adapter and router with the capability
I just bought my tower from a buddy and had a clean install of windows. I installed drivers from website, but for whatever reason, it wouldn't work. Mainly, i couldn't view the list of potential routers to connect to. Looked online everywhere to see if i was missing something with no success, then i decided to just plug it in via wire connection and it auto-updated itself at that point and started working. Not sure if this is the typical experience, but this was my experience. I am running windows 10 x64, i5 3.8ghz, gtx1060, 16gb ram, 512 ssd hdd
Once i got it running, I've been very happy with it. I have the model where the antenna is that plastic thing that uses a magnet to stay put. The antenna is not omni-directional according to the amazon pictures. For me, i got better signal when i kept it flat against the metal side panel of my case as opposed to it standing-itself on the top of my tower.
I did not have an opportunity to really test its limits (bottlenecked by my 802.11AC router and ISP). However, when i did run it, i was getting over 200mb/s down which i was very happy about.
Once the price of routers that support 802.11AX and MU-MIMO go down, i definitely want to upgrade and will test the card again then.
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It is easy to install, just like any other PCIe adaptor. The signal is good, it subjectively seems better than the cards with the aerials attached directly to the back of the adaptor.
You shouldn’t need any software to install this, Windows 10 will automatically recognise it
While some of the high-end routers claim some massive speeds, this is not 100% accurate. This has 2×2 MU-MIMO antennas with a peak bandwidth of 2.4 Gbps which is half what some routers claims to achieve (because they have a 4x4 antennas).
However, using the Archer AX11000 I was still able to achieve 1400mbps transfer speeds when using it in access point mode and using the multi-gig port. So you can theoretically go faster than gigabit ethernet with this.
Grace from Fenvi the manufacturer of this card has contacted me to offer help, they offered a replacement which also did not connect with the full speed (same issue as the first unit). They offered me a full refund, and requested me to return the unit to them in China so that they can analyse if there is an issue that they could fix. They paid for the full return costs. I would recommend Fenvi for the service they provided so I am updating my review from 1 to 3 stars as I do not see this level of after-sales service that often and in fairness they really did try to help which nowadays is impressive, most companies once they take your money they do not care, I did not even contact Fenvi, they reached out to me which is very proactive. I do not know if this is an issue with the Intel AX200 chipset that this card uses, or the card itself, based on how Fenvi handled the issue I would purchase it and if there is any issue then contact them for a resolution.
ORIGINAL REVIEW - 1 STAR
Received today, easy to install.
I have a ASUS Rampage V Edition 10 board, went into the slot easily, and it booted Windows 10 no problem.
I also have a ASUS GT-AX11000 router, which is WiFi 6 (AX) and is currently the best consumer router for WiFi 6 (it is TriBand and quite powerful).
This Fenvi adaptor will not connect consistently, either the adaptor itself or the antenna aren't up to the job, my Rampage V Edition 10 motherboard has built-in AC WiFi 5, and I could get a consistent 1300Mbps connection, I thought hey, this adaptor is WiFi 6 AX, so it has to be better and double that, right?
Nope. It varies from 50Mbps to around 600, and that's it. When you initially connect to the network it does at the full 2000+ Mbps, but it quickly drops down. I noticed that the antenna has only two wires. The antenna style is the same on my RVE10, however that one has three wires. I don't believe this terrible product is properly built for WiFi 6, because there aren't enough antennas to do MIMO.
In online pictures you can see that Fenvi shows one antenna for 2.4GHz band, and another antenna for 5GHz band. If this is true, it is totally misleading, because 1 antenna will NEVER give you the full AX bandwidth, it just can't, it needs more for the beamforming and MIMO to work.
I will set up a return and I'd recommend buyers to steer clear of this. You really get what you pay for.
PS. All settings on my GT-AX11000 were checked, 160MHz mode was on, AX mode was enabled, I tried smartconnect to let the router negotiate with the card, and I also tried to manually set the channels, I factory reset the router and started from scratch after that just to make sure that it was not the router. Nope, it's this awful product, re-enabling my on-board WiFi 5 card and reconnecting the 3-wire antenna brought back a full 1300Mbps connection.
This product simply does not work, it's misleading and anybody saying it has improved their connection must be talking about the speed they're receiving from their broadband. Depending what kind of WiFi card they had before, this could very well increase speeds a bit but I measured it on the LAN and it's hitting 470Mbps at most, whereas with my previous card it would hit 980+ (SSD RAID array on my 10Gbps NAS which is connected to the 2.5Gbps port on the GT-AX11000 giving me a full 2.5Gbps connection on the NAS, it's definitely not a bottleneck issue).
I can confidently say, the issue is with this Fenvi card, do not buy and waste your money if you're looking for a working Wifi 6 AX client that will give you full throughput.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 9, 2020
The Fenvi card installed in the test system quite easily using a PCIE/X16 slot. The WiFi 6 initial link speed was around 950 Mbs to a WiFi 6 mesh satellite, 5.7 metres away on the other side of an aerated block wall with dry lining. Installing the Fenvi card in the every day system and, moving the aerial to line of sight through an open door achieved 1.2Gbs. Bluetooth PINS were exchanged correctly, the "success" message displayed, but Bluetooth had not installed. The Bluetooth drivers in Windows had corrupted: in Device Manager they had adopted the name of the tablet that I used for testing Bluetooth and WiFi. The Fenvi card had a #2 suffix in Windows and, appeared to have adopted the name of the Windows system. I tried PCIe/X16 and X1 slots without success and, l moved back to the test system, but no joy.
Fenvi were helpful and offered to swap the card, but I returned the card to Amazon. I may have been unlucky, as I have had two very expensive, early release routers develop annoying failures. Your experience with this card may be more positive than mine.
On Manjaro Linux both WiFi and Bluetooth worked instantly; note if you want the Bluetooth you need to connect the supplied cable to a usb2 header on your motherboard, it doesn't pass Bluetooth over the PCI connection. I already had a device (liquid cooler) using the usb2 header but only half of the pins so I moved the wires for this and that into the same black connector so they're both plugged into that header.
On Windows 10 it didn't install until I plugged in an Ethernet cable to grab the WiFi and Bluetooth drivers and then it worked fine.
I don't have WiFi 6 so I can't talk about the speed of that but it's easily able to sustain the 500/500Mb symmetric internet connection I have with Steam game downloads always staying at 50MB+ per second.