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Wireless Network Adapter

Rosewill - N600PCE PCI-Express x1 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi Adapter

( 3.6 Average / 25 Ratings )




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PCI-Express x1






2 x 3dBi External Dual Band Antenna


Maximum throughput for 2.4GHz or 5 GHz support up to 300Mbps
Supports dual-band, 2.4GHz or 5GHz
Seamlessly compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n products
Experience better video streaming and online gaming enjoyment by choosing 5GHz band for seamless wireless connections
Supports 64/128 WEP, WPA /WPA2/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK(TKIP/AES), supports IEEE 802.1X
Supports Windows XP 32/64bit, Vista 32/64bit, Windows 7 32/64bit
Supports One-Click button WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) connection.
Supports Wi-Fi Direct - Connecting Wireless Devices without AP*
Supports 3 mode - Client Mode, AP mode, AP+ Client Mode (AP+ Client Mode Win7 only)
*Wi-Fi Direct requires compatible devices.

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nwhessel 13 points 44 months ago
from completed build My First Build

Stay away. Major driver issues with this in windows 8.1

Padlock248 20 points 41 months ago
from completed build Frostbyte (First build)

By the time I chose the Wifi adapter I made the decision to use Ubuntu as my operating system (I was gonna get windows but I decided a free and more flexible OS was better for me. I also do Linux all day at work and like it more). This was a $20 wifi card that fits the specs on my router. And the ubuntu bit is important cause Ubuntu's ISO already comes with drivers for it.

But eventually i went back to Windows. It still works decently.

rawlingsheart 12 points 40 months ago
from completed build Black Friday 2015 Build

Wifi PCI-e - Can't run a wire to my room so needed wifi. So far it's been solid and has had no lag problems like the crappy one in my laptop

Dabeavis 20 points 36 months ago

It does the job, but the it's not the adpter's fault my wi-fi connection can be finnicky so I bought a power-line adapter.

brainonska511 12 points 35 months ago
from completed build Warbreaker (Budget HTPC)

This is a decent wireless card if you want 5GHz N access. In Windows 10, I had to manually choose the driver (Ralink), as the default one only allowed me to see 2.4GHz networks. There must be a few different iterations of this card running around. The big thing for me was the fact that this is a half-height card and comes with a half-height bracket.