Everything I look at says this should be supported by the MT7921 module in the kernel.
Quick question: Did this machine used to have Windows OS installed? If so, and if Windows is not removed; it may have locked the drivers. The solution to that is to remove the CMOS battery. With the battery removed and the Power Cord Unplugged (If a notebook computer, remove the computer battery as well), hold down the Power Button for Thirty Full Count Seconds.
Set the battery or batteries back in and reboot - test.
I just tried this one too. Unplugged the power cord, took the GPU out (since the CMOS battery is behind it), took the battery out, hold power button for thirty full seconds, set the battery and GPU back, power cord back, reboot. First boot it went straight to the BIOS. Restart and it boots, but no WiFi or bluetooth functioning...
The same with apple products working with apple products.
Now when I building any PC first I watching what operating system it can be installed. No wasting time and hairs from a head. The second thing if I would buying something i checking if this pass my preferences. I better check two times to not dissapointing hardware or software if something must be working or not.