Question Broadcom Pci-e Network Card for PC?

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I’ve been tearing apart some old (relatively) Apple time capsules to repurpose their hard drives and I noticed that they have seemingly very capable Broadcom WiFi cards inside. I’m actually in need of a WiFi card for my main rig since my new apartment doesn’t allow for a wired setup and power line adapters aren’t an option (long story). Are there any PCI-e adapters that will allow me to reuse these in a PC? It would suck for them to just be e-waste
 
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JackMDS

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Well.. you have the clues in the previous post.

Open the computer cover and find if there is a place to plug it. If No Google for adapter.

If yes, Google for cables and antenna that fit this specific card.


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That's not a PCI-E connector on it, that I am aware of. GL.
 


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