Also, please do not edit out pertinent information from your inxi -Fxxxza output as this removes much relevant information about your system which helps to resolve wifi issues.
The information such as which desktop, kernel, and mobo bios version you are using is very important in many cases.
We don't even know if you are using Garuda as you have edited this information out. As such I will not assist users who edit outputs as it leaves me to wonder what they are actually hiding, or if they are even a Garuda user.
Please post full outputs if you desire assistance.
Perhaps also you should learn to search for bug reports pertaining to your hardware prior to opening a help request.
There is a current outstanding issue reported with the AX210 adapter on the Arch bug tracker. The bug report contains several known workarounds.
Just to start with a very simple workaround, did you try to remove/rename /lib/firmware/iwlwifi-ty-a0-gf-a0.pnvm file ?
For sure the fix will be in the kernel or firmware, but this one is easy and quick to try...
You should know that this file will be recreated with the next linux-firmware package upgrade.
It is possible that an upgrade may fix the issue, or not.
You can temporary disable re-creation of the file with a NoExtract directive in pacman.conf, or better, with a NoUpgrade directive (this will install the file as .pacnew file, so you may test from time to time if the issue is fixed).