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The Intel Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2 offers two high-performing 1GbE connections. The adapter provides cost effective port density, advance features for superior virtualization and application performance, and new industry leading power management capability, all in a halogen-free design. The I350-T2 performance enhancing features include Single Route I/O virtualization (SR-IOV), Virtual Machine Device Queues (VMDq), Intelligent Offloads, PCIe v2.0, 9.5K Jumbo Frame support and time-stamping. Based on the new fully integrated (bridgeless) Intel Ethernet Controller I350, this adapter introduces new levels of performance for both virtualized and iSCSI Unified Networking environments. The I350-T2 server adapters support Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) and DMA Coalescing (DMAC) to reduce power within the network and at the server. The I350 is optimized for the latest Intel Xeon Servers.
Intel Ethernet - It just works!
Works fine on my Z68 mobo with VMware ESXi 5.5
Pros: Works fine, on my ASRock Z68 Professional Gen3 motherboard.
Cons: None noted thus far, but didn't really try to get I/OAT working yet, although that is not something I currently require.
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NOT Compatible with DELL!
Pros: No idea, they never worked
Cons: Apparently incompatible with Dell PowerEdge servers.
Other Thoughts: Bought two of these to support our iSCSI network traffic on Dell Poweredge R610 servers. After installing the card, the server booted with error "Warning: Performance degraded. CPU and Memory set to minimum frequencies to meet PSU wattage." Then the server reboots itself and drops the CPU core frequency to minimum. Obviously this is a DELL problem and not an INTEL problem but DELL is completely unwilling to even acknowledge they have an issue, let alone actually fix it. Just wanted to make sure other people out there with DELL hardware see this and avoid these NICS. Had to return these to Newegg, minus their "restocking fee".
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Pros: Excellent throughput. Works as designed.
Cons: None found.
Other Thoughts: Would purchase again.
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