>The wireless card should NOT have issues with interference, because the signal is picked up from outside your computer, through antennas. Maybe you don't have antennas properly screwed/inserted into the wireless card connectors?
It was interference because when I disabled my graphics card driver, my wifi started to work again. I fixed the problem by placing it in the bottom pci-e x1.
>One option you could have is to buy a low profile metal bracket for the wireless card, and move the wireless card all the way outside the motherboard area, under the sound card, in that empty space on the case.
Example of pci-e riser cable :
Example of low profile brackets :
You'd have to cut holes in the first example, the second has holes already but maybe not exactly where the antenna connectors pop out (in that case you can make the holes larger)
The distance between the screw holes is pretty much standardized, so the space between the two screws on your wireless card should be the same, making possible to use your wireless card in full height or low profile systems.
You'd want the low profile bracket because this way the wireless card sits a few cm above the surface of the motherboard, making room for the pci-e x1 connector at the end of that ribbon cable.
Not doing that.