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Slow Fenvi T919 speed

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Hey all,

I have recently purchased a fenvi t919 wifi card. I really wanted aidrop and the rest of the features.
I have noticed that the websites load significantly slower, so i did a quick speedtest. The speed is just
HORRIBLE.  With a cheap wifi dongle, my speed was around 70-78 Mbps, with the Fenvi card 
it's around 10Mbps. My internet is around 200Mbps. My macbook pro from the same spot does 190Mbps.
Can anybody tell me why my speed is so horrible?
Mobo: Gigabyte Z370 HD3
Catalina Mac Os.

I attached my speedtest results for comparison. 

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6 hours ago, SavageAUS said:

Did you attach the antennas?


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Yes, the ones that comes with the card. 

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