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Bluetooth PCIE card without WIFI :3

Hi there,


Ive been searching the webs dry for information but without luck.


What i am looking for is a PCI-E Bluetooth but without the WIFI part, it is really annoying that they all are a combo card.

This reason i dont want a wifi combo is that i already have a wifi card in my system that i am overly happy with ( TP link Archer T9E ).
Also i would like to add that i know there are USB dongles but this is not what i am looking for as it is not suitable for me for various reasons.

Any help would be appriciated, thank you.


kind regards

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Fairly certain the answer is no. You could disable the Wifi part on a combo PCIe card, or if you truly need exclusively Bluetooth and only Bluetooth you could get a PCIe USB card and use a USB Bluetooth dongle.





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Unfortunately the only real way to get bluetooth is through a USB dongle or a PCIe card with a combo wifi + bluetooth module. 

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That is really wierd and suck majorly.. hmmm i wonder what i shall do now because i can not use a usb dongle and i dont want another wifi card as it will create issues..
either way thanks for your reply guys :)

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I think the Dell Bluetooth 370 is a PCI-E card.  In the miniPCI-E format, although there's plenty of adapters available to adapt such to full-size PCI-E.


Tons of them on eBay for cheap, like $3-$5.  


Of course, if you go through the trouble to 'adapt' such a card to a full PCI-E slot, you may as well just do a combo miniPCI-E 802.11n (or 802.11ac) + BT 4.0 card anyways.  

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