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Pros: This unit adds 2 USB 3.0 ports to the back of your PC, and it also adds one 3.0 (19 pin) USB header to the inside of your PC.
Cons: Requires special drivers and won't work with all operating systems.
Requires a 4 pin IDE power connector from your power supply.
Other Thoughts: Installs in any available PCIe slot on your motherboard.
This is a good low profile unit that adds a new 3.0 USB (19 pin) header to the inside of your PC and two new 3.0 USB ports to the back of your PC.
Pros: This unit adds 7 new 3.0 USB ports to your PC using one PCIe slot. This unit gives you 5 new 3.0 USB ports on the back of your PC and 2 new 3.0 USB ports internally inside of your PC.
Easy to install in an available PCIe slot.
Doesn't require any additional power or power-supply cables.
Cons: Requires special drivers.
Other Thoughts: Be sure to open your PC case and check your motherboard to be sure that you have an available PCIe slot on your motherboard before you purchase this card. You'll only need a 4x PCIe slot.
Take your time when you install this unit. Follow the units instructions directly when installing this unit in your PC. If the directions say to install the unit first and then install the drivers after, be sure you do that. And, if the directions say to install the drivers first, be sure that's what you do.
Pros: This is a good, moderately priced, power supply unit for you PC.
Cons: Only 430 watts, only one 8 pin power supply cable.
Other Thoughts: For the money this is a very good power supply. So long as you're not overclocking or building a high-end PC, this is a great power supply for your average to moderate PC.
This power supply was an upgrade for a computer that needed a little more power to increase performance.