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HP ENVY 17 j013sr WiFi 5Ghz card

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I want to change my network card to one which supports new WiFi 5Ghz tehnology. I understand that HP has white cards list which my laptop will support. But I cannot find any information of models.

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Hi:

 

None of that information is available to the public (us).

 

Your notebook should not have a BIOS whitelist, and since your model has an Intel processor and chipset, you can put in any dual band card you want.

 

If you want to go with a dual band N card, get the Intel dual band 7260 with bluetooth.

 

If you want to go with a dual band AC card, bet the Intel dual band 7260 with bluetooth.

 

Here is the service manual for your notebook, where you can find the part number for the 7260N card.

 

Chapter 3, page 26.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03922401

 

The 3160 AC card was also an option for your notebook, but the 7260 AC card will work.

 

If you want to get the 7260 AC card, let me know and I will look up the HP part number for that one.

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