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ASUS 80 MHz
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- AC1200 high-speed wireless internet connectivity
- Wireless-ac Dual-Band for low latency streaming and high performance online gaming
- Bluetooth 4.2 and BLE connectivity
- External antenna base for optimum signal reception
- Operating Frequency: 2.4 GHz/ 5 GHz
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I just want to clarify something. It most definitely DOES work on Windows 10. I'm using this card on a new PC build, and it functioned properly from the beginning with nothing more than installing it into a PCIe 1.0 slot on the motherboard and hooking up the dual-band antenna. That's IT. The default drivers work. There is no need to go to the ASUS website to install drivers! I'm not sure if people are overthinking it and trying to manually install drivers or what.
To add to this, I can say that this card works perfectly on Linux Lubuntu 18.04 with nothing more than inserting the card and hooking up the antenna.
So, if you're looking for a wireless network card and are second-guessing the ASUS PCE-AC55BT B1 due to the nonsense you see about people having compatibility issues, then worry not! This card works great!
The integrated Bluetooth works great as well and makes the $35 price tag even better!
UPDATE: two months in, it randomly decides to not work, and disconnect because it wants to, i suspect the drivers are horrible or something of the sort, it randomly stops working or causes the entire pc to crash.
But thanks be to technology, I used my mobile phone and ordered this WiFi card on Amazon! Now with this card, my new computer seamlessly connects to the router, and it updated all my software and drivers! It streams 4k video from about 25 feet away without a hiccup! I am now a normal easygoing man. My anger issues are gone! The peace and harmony in our home are restored! Thank you ASUS and Amazon!
It's literally plug and play for me. I run a windows 10 rig, and right as I plugged it in, started to recognize the device. I went to see if there are any driver updates (didn't use the CD but went into device manager) and saw no updates.
I tested the wifi connection and it was doing great (our connection is 50 but getting 60+). Bluetooth worked easily with my bose headphones. Quick connection, easy peasy.
My motherboard BIOS, windows, etc. were all up to date and that could play a part in how easy it was to use. If issues arise later down the road, I will update this post. If It's not updated, take it as it's running great :)
I'm getting much faster load speeds with the AC wifi than with the USB AC dongle I was using prior to this. The Bluetooth seems to be working perfectly with my wonky Surface keyboard, which was skipping and lagging with even a hi-power USB dongle prior to this.
The install disk works perfectly with Windows 10. Performance is incredible so far, but it's only been in the box an hour. 4K streaming from a router about 20 feet away has about a 1-4 second start-lag and then is perfectly smooth on YouTube with no interrupts.
The only bad news - the manual is a joke. There is an illustrated section with four steps. At no point does it tell you to install the card, or connect the antenna, or any of that. The only useful information is to connect the cable to the internal USB port, and then to configure the Bluetooth.
So to make things simple, here is what the instructions should say. Install the card, and then connect the cable, and the antenna. Then boot it up, install the WiFi driver and do your password connection. It will want to reboot, so let it. Then install and test the Bluetooth driver. Close the case and clean up. That's it.
The instructions say: insert the disc, then run the software, then connect the internal cable, then install the Bluetooth driver, then aim the antenna.
It then translates that into 32 languages, in print too fine to read without a magnifying glass. The only real question with stuff like this is whether it wants you to install the driver before or after the hardware, and where to plug the cable on the motherboard.
Fix the piece of paper, and it's a perfect product.