• ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
  • ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
  • ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
  • ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
  • ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter
ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter

ASUS PCE-AC56 PCI Wireless Express Adapter

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  • Provides an extensible design that enables Service prioritization for data. Network Standard : IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • Design that delivers high availability, scalability, and for maximum flexibility and price/performance
  • Instant 802.11ac Wi-Fi Upgrade for your desktop PC: no more messy Ethernet cables needed
  • Next-generation 802.11ac chipset for super-fast connections up to 867 Mbps. Security 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WPS support
  • OS Support-Windows 8.1 32bit/64bit, Windows 8 32bit/64bit,Windows 7 32bit/64bit,Windows Vista 2bit/64bit,Windows XP 32bit/64bit
  • Instant 802.11ac Wi-Fi upgrade for your desktop PC: no more messy Ethernet cables needed
  • Next-generation 802.11ac chipset for super-fast connections up to 867 Mbps
  • Selectable dual-band 2.4 GHz/ 5 GHz operation, backwards-compatible with all existing devices
  • Broadcom TurboQAM technology gives 33% faster 802.11n performance, with speeds up to 400 Mbps
  • High-power design reduces wireless dead zones with 150% greater coverage
  • Specially designed heatsink ensures stable and reliable continuous operation

Customer Reviews

Don't buy if you have Windows 10. Bought this for my wife's brand new gaming computer. First off, the driver's are a complete joke and have not been updated for Windows 10 Fall 2017 update. So this causes the problem of it not working correctly with ANY wifi signal if you are on that particular update. After working with their support team for over a month trying to get this resolved, I have given up on this.In the end, I ran network cabling through the attic and walls to get her a ethernet connection. 1Runs flawlessly at 2G. Trying to get this to run at 5G will be a nightmare. What can be said about this product. It looks nice and worked for exactly 1 min in the 5ghz range before never working correctly again. I was very excited to purchase this card, as my older card is 2G and does not take advantage of the 1000/mb up and 1000/mb down provided by my ISP. So I ordered this, having been very pleased with the motherboard I have purchased from this company many years past on an old gaming rig. Product arrived in an envelope, and the contents inside were strewn about. While everything looked new(and had that new electronic smell), absolutely NOTHING was sealed, with each vacuum sealed bag opened. This was a red flag that I should have returned this product immediately instead of wasting 10 hours of my time trouble shooting. A device like this should be plug and play...period. And at first it certainly seemed that way. Windows 10 recognized the device straight away and switching to it and disabling my other integrated card was as easy as a few clicks of a mouse. I run an internet speed test, and it shows speeds of what I have always had in the past. 28mb/down and 30/up with a ping of 5. Ok, no big deal it was just broadcasting in 2g. So microsoft drivers aren't going to be enough, and I need to download the companies drivers and I do so in quick order. The next test blows my mind. A ping of 0! Download speed 785! Upload of 1000! I was thrilled, and then my computer crashed in a way I have never had it crash before. A forced restart. This would be the first of a dozen, each one taking 5 min to resolve, or never resolving at all. I tried every trick in the book to get this card to work, and it never worked correctly again. Forum after forum, sliding back drivers, I even did a reinstall of windows. From that point on the card would connect to my network for 25 seconds at a time and then disconnect in a never ending loop with a random restart thrown in for good measure. So if you enjoy wasting your afternoons, and having blazing fast speeds for half a minute at a time this card is for you! I had been warned about ASUS' dip in quality, but I had hoped it was just bad luck on the part of my fellow pc enthusiasts. I do not think I will be purchasing any more products from this company in the future. A shame really, they used to be the gold standard for quality. I have over two decades of computer experience and feel that I did absolutely everything to get this product running as intended. Very disappointing. 1Great reception Just what I needed for wifi gaming and internet. Low latency, very close to wired performance, and the antennas are a nice touch. Instillation was very simple, drivers downloaded automatically for me so I didn't have to fuss with the CD. Just remember, this gets installed on the motherboard, not a usb port, so if opening up the computer isn't your thing you may want to look elsewhere. That being said, most gamers either build their own PC's or have upgraded RAM and the like, so this will be extremely simple for you. Overall great performance, I've had zero wifi drops, ping is low in gaming, I couldn't be happier. Get this adapter. 5You really get what you pay for! After being an IT guy for a 4 campus school and having a lot of networking experience I can tell you this is well worth the extra money you will spend on it above the other cheaper brands like tp link or others of the same quality range. The build quality and stable connection really speak for themselves.Seeing as my desktop is upstairs and 3 rooms away from my archer c7 router with plenty of walls in between, the range this picks up atnis amazing. I did a speedtest on it and repeatedly get no lower than 11ms ping and no greater than 13ms ping. Download speed holds steady at 117Mbps and uploads at about 11.5Mbps. I pay for a 100Mbps connection speed so it's maxing out what I pay for and beyond. All actual downloads hold constant and steady and livestreaming games works like a charm.I highly recommend this over getting any cheap AC usb adapter cause this brats them all hands down. I've used several. 5Buyer's remorse I needed a wireless card after moving and decided on this one. I have run into two issues that ultimately made me regret my purchase. Unfortunately, I discovered the second issue one day after the return window closed. After some troubleshooting, I *believe* I have resolved the issues. Even still, I wish I had gone with a different product.Installing this on my motherboard was as easy as I had expected it to be. Do not install the utility along with the drivers. Only install the drivers. After I installed the utility, the connection would frequently disconnect and reconnect every few seconds. I uninstalled the utility and that resolved the issue. Download and upload speeds reached the maximum I was expecting based on my internet package with my ISP.On day 31, I was downloading a large file and noticed the long estimated time to finish. I checked my download speed and was getting about 50 Mbps, well below the expected 300 Mbps. I tried disconnecting/reconnecting, but that did not resolve the issue. I restarted my computer and suddenly I was back at 300 Mbps. Later in the day, I ran into the same problem. I restarted my computer, but that did not resolve it this time. I checked the properties of the connection and realized it was using the 2.4 GHz band instead of 5 GHz. I found that the drivers automatically choose between the two bands, so I had to force it to only use 5 GHz. I have not run into the issue since then, but am still watching out for it.If you are running into this issue, I resolved it by going to the device manager in Windows 10 (open the start menu and type device manager), expand Network Adapters, right-click on your wireless adapter and go to properties. Then go to Advanced. The property I had to change was Band Preference. I set it to 802.11a rather than auto.I ultimately made the mistake of not taking enough time to do my research and compare products. I didn't notice a top review before I made my purchase that indicated that this product was older and newer products were available that also have other features, such as Bluetooth, for the same price. I did some research on that and it is true that there are better products out there for less money (ouch). Even though this product is now working for me so far, it took a bit of troubleshooting to get to this point. This was not worth the money.Do yourself a favor and avoid this product and find something better and cheaper. 2Weird issues, finally got it working... Received: 04-APR-2019OS: Windows 10 Home 1809 (Build: 17763.404)Motherboard: Gigabyte Z270XP-SLII purchased this card as a replacement for a Asus PCE-AC55BT which had recently started having intermittent issues. Before installing the new card I went to the Asus website to get the drivers (the provided CD doesn't do me any good as I don't have an optical drive handy). The website has a utility to download, but under driver is says that a driver is NOT needed as the card is compatible with the built in Windows 10 drivers. Cool. But, I downloaded the utility just in case.After installing the card was detected and a Broadcom driver was installed by Windows...a driver from 2013. Using the Broadcom driver I was only able to get ~15Mbps. I was expecting ~300Mbps. (My old card got ~250Mbps but the PCE56 has a nicer antenna so I was hoping for more.)Obviously this was no good so I installed the utility. Turns out (contrary to what is stated on the Asus website) the utility does have a proper Asus driver. But after installing I couldn't get my card to connect to my WiFi router.It would connect for a few seconds then disconnect. At on point I rebooted my router and everything worked...for about a minute...then we went back to the constant connect/disconnect state.I banged my head against it for a while, even changed PCIe slots, but nothing seemed to work. I couldn't get the card to stay connected.Finally just as a random attempt, I reinstalled the utility, but this time instead of the utility and drivers I opted only for the drivers. Suddenly everything started working. And, I was able to get my full 500Mbps, sweet. 3Took a week to get the 5Ghz wifi to work. Now that it is working i have no problems, but it was an unpleasant process getting there. I tried every driver i could get my hands on, but it would either not see the 5Ghz wifi, or see it but not be able to connect. This device uses a common chipset, so you can drive yourselft crazy looking for drivers because there are a million of them out there. So here's how i Fixed it:1. Uninstall the Asus/whatever WiFi driver if you have already installed any, power down the system and remove the card1. on a Gigabyte MB, go into the BIOS2. Go to "Miscellaneous Settings"3. Change "Max Link Speed" from "Auto" to "Gen 3". Note: this option could be called something like "PCI speed" or something like that.4. Save changes, power down, and install card.5. Both the default Windows 10 driver and the driver from Asus should work now. Don't install the Asus network utitlity, just the driver. It was really buggy for me and doesn't really give you any additional features that make it worth it.So, changing the BIOS PCI setting was mentioned by another reviewer, but they said it had to do with them having two graphics cards. I only have one GPU, and my PCI settings were called something else so it was hard to nail this one down. I kinda feel bad for deducting 2 stars for this, but if you google "PCE-56 5Ghz", you'll see a million posts from people having this exact problem, and Asus doesn't give any information on their website regarding how to solve it. It's clearly a common issue with a pretty simple fix, so it seems childish to not put it in a FAQ.Also, if you are looking at this card, be aware that it is several years old and there are newer options for the same price that also come with built in Bluetooth. In hindsight, i wish i had known that. 3Great Card, A Couple Drawbacks Pros:- It's really really fast with AC. I'm a good distance away and my throughput is significantly faster than my ISP can provide.- 100% plug-and-play with Windows 10. Just plugged it in to my Asus X99 mobo and it worked immediately. No cables or any of that nonsense.- You can either put the antennas on the little extension stand if you're a ways from your router or you can just plug em in on the back of your PC. Options, man, options.- It's a slick looking card, what with the red anodized heatsink.Cons:- The mounting plate was too long for my very standard ATX case, but it was nothing a little hack saw action couldn't fix. Maybe I didn't read the description very well, I don't know, but it was a surprise. Without having to putz around with it, it would have been a 2 minute install procedure.- Seems a bit expensive for a wi-fi adapter- The external antenna thing is hideous and needs a MUCH longer cable so I can get it up on a high shelf where nobody has to look at it. 5I've used multiple products to try and get the best connection from my basement PC from the main floor I've used multiple products to try and get the best connection from my basement PC from the main floor. I've used a powerline, and a simple USB wifi transmitter. Both gave me 20mbs when I'm paying for 100mbs, 20 isnt terrible, its good enoughm but im paying for more. This card got me up to 80, which is more than any one person could use. So while it's not the 100-120 I'd get from a wired connection, this is certainly not far behind. 10/10 the convenience is worth it over a wired connection. 5Avoid if you're using Windows 10 and 5ghz tl;dr if you're on Windows 10 and trying to use 5ghz with this thing you're gonna have a bad timeThe drivers for this thing are just abysmal and haven't been updated since 2017. If you go with the Windows provided driver then your throughput (i.e. speed) will be awful and if you go with the Broadcom drivers you'll pull your hair out from the disconnects and bad signal on 5ghz. Yes, I read the other comments and tried the suggestions - I wasted hours of my time and nothing worked reliably.Despite the rating and it being near the top of the search results, save your time and go buy one of the Intel based cards (e.g. something based off an AC 9260) which have drivers from 2019 and perform *significantly* better in all regards. If you're using 2.4ghz and really don't care about speed then still avoid this card because you're overpaying for something you don't need. 1
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Description
  • Provides an extensible design that enables Service prioritization for data. Network Standard : IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • Design that delivers high availability, scalability, and for maximum flexibility and price/performance
  • Instant 802.11ac Wi-Fi Upgrade for your desktop PC: no more messy Ethernet cables needed
  • Next-generation 802.11ac chipset for super-fast connections up to 867 Mbps. Security 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK, WPS support
  • OS Support-Windows 8.1 32bit/64bit, Windows 8 32bit/64bit,Windows 7 32bit/64bit,Windows Vista 2bit/64bit,Windows XP 32bit/64bit
  • Instant 802.11ac Wi-Fi upgrade for your desktop PC: no more messy Ethernet cables needed
  • Next-generation 802.11ac chipset for super-fast connections up to 867 Mbps
  • Selectable dual-band 2.4 GHz/ 5 GHz operation, backwards-compatible with all existing devices
  • Broadcom TurboQAM technology gives 33% faster 802.11n performance, with speeds up to 400 Mbps
  • High-power design reduces wireless dead zones with 150% greater coverage
  • Specially designed heatsink ensures stable and reliable continuous operation
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Don't buy if you have Windows 10. Bought this for my wife's brand new gaming computer. First off, the driver's are a complete joke and have not been updated for Windows 10 Fall 2017 update. So this causes the problem of it not working correctly with ANY wifi signal if you are on that particular update. After working with their support team for over a month trying to get this resolved, I have given up on this.In the end, I ran network cabling through the attic and walls to get her a ethernet connection. 1Runs flawlessly at 2G. Trying to get this to run at 5G will be a nightmare. What can be said about this product. It looks nice and worked for exactly 1 min in the 5ghz range before never working correctly again. I was very excited to purchase this card, as my older card is 2G and does not take advantage of the 1000/mb up and 1000/mb down provided by my ISP. So I ordered this, having been very pleased with the motherboard I have purchased from this company many years past on an old gaming rig. Product arrived in an envelope, and the contents inside were strewn about. While everything looked new(and had that new electronic smell), absolutely NOTHING was sealed, with each vacuum sealed bag opened. This was a red flag that I should have returned this product immediately instead of wasting 10 hours of my time trouble shooting. A device like this should be plug and play...period. And at first it certainly seemed that way. Windows 10 recognized the device straight away and switching to it and disabling my other integrated card was as easy as a few clicks of a mouse. I run an internet speed test, and it shows speeds of what I have always had in the past. 28mb/down and 30/up with a ping of 5. Ok, no big deal it was just broadcasting in 2g. So microsoft drivers aren't going to be enough, and I need to download the companies drivers and I do so in quick order. The next test blows my mind. A ping of 0! Download speed 785! Upload of 1000! I was thrilled, and then my computer crashed in a way I have never had it crash before. A forced restart. This would be the first of a dozen, each one taking 5 min to resolve, or never resolving at all. I tried every trick in the book to get this card to work, and it never worked correctly again. Forum after forum, sliding back drivers, I even did a reinstall of windows. From that point on the card would connect to my network for 25 seconds at a time and then disconnect in a never ending loop with a random restart thrown in for good measure. So if you enjoy wasting your afternoons, and having blazing fast speeds for half a minute at a time this card is for you! I had been warned about ASUS' dip in quality, but I had hoped it was just bad luck on the part of my fellow pc enthusiasts. I do not think I will be purchasing any more products from this company in the future. A shame really, they used to be the gold standard for quality. I have over two decades of computer experience and feel that I did absolutely everything to get this product running as intended. Very disappointing. 1Great reception Just what I needed for wifi gaming and internet. Low latency, very close to wired performance, and the antennas are a nice touch. Instillation was very simple, drivers downloaded automatically for me so I didn't have to fuss with the CD. Just remember, this gets installed on the motherboard, not a usb port, so if opening up the computer isn't your thing you may want to look elsewhere. That being said, most gamers either build their own PC's or have upgraded RAM and the like, so this will be extremely simple for you. Overall great performance, I've had zero wifi drops, ping is low in gaming, I couldn't be happier. Get this adapter. 5You really get what you pay for! After being an IT guy for a 4 campus school and having a lot of networking experience I can tell you this is well worth the extra money you will spend on it above the other cheaper brands like tp link or others of the same quality range. The build quality and stable connection really speak for themselves.Seeing as my desktop is upstairs and 3 rooms away from my archer c7 router with plenty of walls in between, the range this picks up atnis amazing. I did a speedtest on it and repeatedly get no lower than 11ms ping and no greater than 13ms ping. Download speed holds steady at 117Mbps and uploads at about 11.5Mbps. I pay for a 100Mbps connection speed so it's maxing out what I pay for and beyond. All actual downloads hold constant and steady and livestreaming games works like a charm.I highly recommend this over getting any cheap AC usb adapter cause this brats them all hands down. I've used several. 5Buyer's remorse I needed a wireless card after moving and decided on this one. I have run into two issues that ultimately made me regret my purchase. Unfortunately, I discovered the second issue one day after the return window closed. After some troubleshooting, I *believe* I have resolved the issues. Even still, I wish I had gone with a different product.Installing this on my motherboard was as easy as I had expected it to be. Do not install the utility along with the drivers. Only install the drivers. After I installed the utility, the connection would frequently disconnect and reconnect every few seconds. I uninstalled the utility and that resolved the issue. Download and upload speeds reached the maximum I was expecting based on my internet package with my ISP.On day 31, I was downloading a large file and noticed the long estimated time to finish. I checked my download speed and was getting about 50 Mbps, well below the expected 300 Mbps. I tried disconnecting/reconnecting, but that did not resolve the issue. I restarted my computer and suddenly I was back at 300 Mbps. Later in the day, I ran into the same problem. I restarted my computer, but that did not resolve it this time. I checked the properties of the connection and realized it was using the 2.4 GHz band instead of 5 GHz. I found that the drivers automatically choose between the two bands, so I had to force it to only use 5 GHz. I have not run into the issue since then, but am still watching out for it.If you are running into this issue, I resolved it by going to the device manager in Windows 10 (open the start menu and type device manager), expand Network Adapters, right-click on your wireless adapter and go to properties. Then go to Advanced. The property I had to change was Band Preference. I set it to 802.11a rather than auto.I ultimately made the mistake of not taking enough time to do my research and compare products. I didn't notice a top review before I made my purchase that indicated that this product was older and newer products were available that also have other features, such as Bluetooth, for the same price. I did some research on that and it is true that there are better products out there for less money (ouch). Even though this product is now working for me so far, it took a bit of troubleshooting to get to this point. This was not worth the money.Do yourself a favor and avoid this product and find something better and cheaper. 2Weird issues, finally got it working... Received: 04-APR-2019OS: Windows 10 Home 1809 (Build: 17763.404)Motherboard: Gigabyte Z270XP-SLII purchased this card as a replacement for a Asus PCE-AC55BT which had recently started having intermittent issues. Before installing the new card I went to the Asus website to get the drivers (the provided CD doesn't do me any good as I don't have an optical drive handy). The website has a utility to download, but under driver is says that a driver is NOT needed as the card is compatible with the built in Windows 10 drivers. Cool. But, I downloaded the utility just in case.After installing the card was detected and a Broadcom driver was installed by Windows...a driver from 2013. Using the Broadcom driver I was only able to get ~15Mbps. I was expecting ~300Mbps. (My old card got ~250Mbps but the PCE56 has a nicer antenna so I was hoping for more.)Obviously this was no good so I installed the utility. Turns out (contrary to what is stated on the Asus website) the utility does have a proper Asus driver. But after installing I couldn't get my card to connect to my WiFi router.It would connect for a few seconds then disconnect. At on point I rebooted my router and everything worked...for about a minute...then we went back to the constant connect/disconnect state.I banged my head against it for a while, even changed PCIe slots, but nothing seemed to work. I couldn't get the card to stay connected.Finally just as a random attempt, I reinstalled the utility, but this time instead of the utility and drivers I opted only for the drivers. Suddenly everything started working. And, I was able to get my full 500Mbps, sweet. 3Took a week to get the 5Ghz wifi to work. Now that it is working i have no problems, but it was an unpleasant process getting there. I tried every driver i could get my hands on, but it would either not see the 5Ghz wifi, or see it but not be able to connect. This device uses a common chipset, so you can drive yourselft crazy looking for drivers because there are a million of them out there. So here's how i Fixed it:1. Uninstall the Asus/whatever WiFi driver if you have already installed any, power down the system and remove the card1. on a Gigabyte MB, go into the BIOS2. Go to "Miscellaneous Settings"3. Change "Max Link Speed" from "Auto" to "Gen 3". Note: this option could be called something like "PCI speed" or something like that.4. Save changes, power down, and install card.5. Both the default Windows 10 driver and the driver from Asus should work now. Don't install the Asus network utitlity, just the driver. It was really buggy for me and doesn't really give you any additional features that make it worth it.So, changing the BIOS PCI setting was mentioned by another reviewer, but they said it had to do with them having two graphics cards. I only have one GPU, and my PCI settings were called something else so it was hard to nail this one down. I kinda feel bad for deducting 2 stars for this, but if you google "PCE-56 5Ghz", you'll see a million posts from people having this exact problem, and Asus doesn't give any information on their website regarding how to solve it. It's clearly a common issue with a pretty simple fix, so it seems childish to not put it in a FAQ.Also, if you are looking at this card, be aware that it is several years old and there are newer options for the same price that also come with built in Bluetooth. In hindsight, i wish i had known that. 3Great Card, A Couple Drawbacks Pros:- It's really really fast with AC. I'm a good distance away and my throughput is significantly faster than my ISP can provide.- 100% plug-and-play with Windows 10. Just plugged it in to my Asus X99 mobo and it worked immediately. No cables or any of that nonsense.- You can either put the antennas on the little extension stand if you're a ways from your router or you can just plug em in on the back of your PC. Options, man, options.- It's a slick looking card, what with the red anodized heatsink.Cons:- The mounting plate was too long for my very standard ATX case, but it was nothing a little hack saw action couldn't fix. Maybe I didn't read the description very well, I don't know, but it was a surprise. Without having to putz around with it, it would have been a 2 minute install procedure.- Seems a bit expensive for a wi-fi adapter- The external antenna thing is hideous and needs a MUCH longer cable so I can get it up on a high shelf where nobody has to look at it. 5I've used multiple products to try and get the best connection from my basement PC from the main floor I've used multiple products to try and get the best connection from my basement PC from the main floor. I've used a powerline, and a simple USB wifi transmitter. Both gave me 20mbs when I'm paying for 100mbs, 20 isnt terrible, its good enoughm but im paying for more. This card got me up to 80, which is more than any one person could use. So while it's not the 100-120 I'd get from a wired connection, this is certainly not far behind. 10/10 the convenience is worth it over a wired connection. 5Avoid if you're using Windows 10 and 5ghz tl;dr if you're on Windows 10 and trying to use 5ghz with this thing you're gonna have a bad timeThe drivers for this thing are just abysmal and haven't been updated since 2017. If you go with the Windows provided driver then your throughput (i.e. speed) will be awful and if you go with the Broadcom drivers you'll pull your hair out from the disconnects and bad signal on 5ghz. Yes, I read the other comments and tried the suggestions - I wasted hours of my time and nothing worked reliably.Despite the rating and it being near the top of the search results, save your time and go buy one of the Intel based cards (e.g. something based off an AC 9260) which have drivers from 2019 and perform *significantly* better in all regards. If you're using 2.4ghz and really don't care about speed then still avoid this card because you're overpaying for something you don't need. 1
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