Thank you for your response. Do you have a suggestion of a wifi card? Budget is open.Depends on what adapter - but you'll usually find most WiFi cards are plugged into your PCIe x1 slot.
That is one of the two the very small white slots in-between your 2 large blue PCIe x16 slots.
Thank you for your response. Do you have a suggestion of a wifi card? Budget is open.Depends on the graphics card (if any).
If you have a graphics card installed in the top PCI-Ex16 slot, I'd install the WiFi card in the second PCI-Ex16 (x4) slot. That should not interfere with the graphics card at all. If not, then install it in either of the PCI-Ex1 slots.
Of course, this assumes it's a PCI-Ex1 WiFi card.
This is will work with Linux OS correct? I assume so, but wanted to ask anyway. Thank you.If I were to purchase one today, I'd probably be looking at something like this one:
TP-Link - Archer T6E AC1300 PCIe x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter