Question wifi for an HP 6200 pro MT

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I am looking for a wireless card for a desktop. I recently purchased an HP 6200 pro MT, refurbished, with some minor upgrades, 16gb ram, i7 processor, 1 TB HDD/ 500gb supplimentary HDD. Anyway, i have been having problems finding a compatible wifi card in stock anywhere. I was looking for an HP 802.11b/g/n QQ941AR, but there isnt much on the market. I was hoping someone here would be able to help find one i could buy online and send me a hyperlink. Preferably under $50, refurbished is acceptable. It doesn't need to be the same model as the one i mentioned above, as long as its compatible and functions.

As a sidequest, i am also interested in finding a half decent graphics card for the same system. Doesnt have to be anything too fancy, just for heroes of the storm, WotlkWoW, ya know, nothing too fancy, also preferably under $100, refurbished acceptable.

Any help offered, even a list of compatible models of wifi or graphics cards would be appreciated. Thank you!
 
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Any PCIe x1 or USB based adapter will work. You don't need an HP branded one.

https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Archer-T6E-Wireless-Technology/dp/B016K0896K


As far as a GPU. Do you have an i7-2600 CPU? Will you be keeping the crummy stock power supply?

I do have the i7- 2600, i have considered upgrading the power supply, but for now the stock will do fine, i understand the brand doesnt need to be HP, ty for the link above, i will look at it, and i really do not want to continue using the USB wireless card, as that is what i am currently using on it.

I am currently looking at a gt710

https://www.amazon.com/MSI-GT-710-1GD3H-LPV1/dp/B01DOFD3RY/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=geforce+gt+710&qid=1603402897&sprefix=GeForce+GT+710&sr=8-3
 
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hang-the-9

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https://www.google.com/search?q=gt710 good for gaming&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-1-m

According to many other sources, most of which i trust more than i trust you, it is fine for gaming, especially since i am looking to play games that are mostly from 10 years ago, but thanks for your two cents.
If you don't trust the replies why ask? You can do a web search easily without asking for opinions which will be ignored. "Fine for gaming" is a bit of a stretch, not one knowledgeable person would suggest a 710 card unless it was the only thing available in your area that you can possibly afford. You wanted a half decent video card under $100, the 710 is not even close to what you should be looking at. GT730 GDDR5 is about the lowest card I would think of for low spec gaming for cheap for an older system that won't be able to run a modern video card or has a weak power supply.
 

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