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    Ok, so maybe in a few years, I will get a pc in college (for doing projects with some editing softwares, and some gaming). It’s not too overkill, just enough to run some video games and editing softwares. I’ve planned the pc build, and this is the build (Budget around $1000):PC:MBD: ASUS PRIME Z370-ACPU: Intel i5 8600KGPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Windforce OC 2GBRAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHzPSU: Seasonic FOCUS Plus SSR-550FX 550W 80+ GoldCase: Phanteks Enthoo ProCooling:Case Fans: Phanteks PH-F120SP and PH-F140SPCPU Cooler: Cryorig H5 UltimateStorage:SSD: Samsung 860 Evo 250GBHDD: WD Blue 1TB SATA 6GB/s 7200RPMOthers:Keyboard: Logitech K120Mouse: Corsair Harpoon RGBHeadset: Astro A10Monitor: LG 25UM57 25-Inch LED MonitorThat is all the PC Specs, and I’m missing one part, which is the Wi-Fi/WIreless Networking, and I’ll need it for browsing and online gaming. I’m very confused what is all about this (Even though I’ve searched this topic on the internet, I still don’t understand). So, these are the problems that confuse me:Motherboards with built-in Wi-Fi and the ones that doesn’t have built-in Wi-FI.So, the ASUS PRIME Z370-A doesn’t have a built-in Wi-Fi according to the specifications on the official ASUS website. For example, I have a Wireless Router, then can my desktop receive the Wi-Fi connection and go online in the internet by just joining the Wi-Fi? If not, then how? Do I need to buy something to connect to the Wireless Router?I’ve searched some Wi-Fi cards and the results are that they have "antennas" and I know that I don’t need to buy a Wireless Router to go online since the Wi-Fi Card already have the antennas. I’m also still confused with this, and the same as USB Wi-Fi Adapter that also have antennas.Some questions:Do I need a Wireless Router if I have a Wi-Fi card installed to my PC?Can my PC have access to the internet if I plug-in a USB Wi-Fi adapter?Is there such thing as a "Wi-Fi receiver" that I can install to the motherboard so that it can receive Wireless Connection from a wireless router/adapter to go online?And for the motherboards with built-in Wi-Fi, do they already have access to the Internet without any Wireless Routers/Adapters?I think that is all that confuse me. Please answer specifically so that I can understand. and if you have some suggestions on good cheap Wi-Fi cards/Wireless Adapter (with fast internet connection for online gaming and big files downloading under $50), please tell me.Thank you so much *sorry for bad english

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