Reviews and Problems with Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235
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Simon Antoine_M, NCIX.com
28 May 2013
Summary: Tried a few of the available drivers for this adapter, from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124 and cannot get a stable N connection with Win 7. Will work for a few minutes and then drop to 1-2 kB/s or just disconnect. Intel's forum is filled with people with the same problem for this adapter. The card is a little to long to fit a standard half pcie (The holes for the screws are not aligned properly). I would not recommend.
Pros: Easy drivers installation
Cons: Sporadic connection dropouts, Wireless adapter was a bit too long
Summary: If you read the Intel support forums, you will find that this board has lots of problems in OEM installations, and is not meant to be used in desktop systems!!! http://communities.intel.com/thread/31090?start=0&tstart=0 I bought it and installed in an Intel thin mini-itx DQ77KB motherboard, hoping to save a couple of USB ports. It did now work at all. In the same system, my Asus USB based WiFi adapter works flawlessly.
Pros: None. It does not work. Drivers install, and the system recognizes it, but it won't function as intended.
Cons: It does not work. It won't find any wireless networks and it won't find any bluetooth devices!