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Pros: Installs easily didn't even need to use the cd that came with it. I bought two and installed them in separate computers I could only get 1 to 10mbs using the onboard mb network controllers. I needed to transfer a large amount of data between the two. With these cards installed in both computers I average 80 and sometimes get over 100mbs. Many times transferring files over network is faster than usb3.0 or e-sata.
Cons: none I can think of
Reviewed By:robert c.,5/6/2017 4:36:38 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 month to 1 year.
Pros: Small, low power consumption Reliable Recognized by nearly EVERY O/S out there and drivers for those that don't
Cons: Need to be careful HOW you install it in your case or the RJ-45 may be blocked. This is not really a "con" of the card but of the quality of case you use and how you mount hour motherboard.
Other Thoughts: I've used hundreds of these cards (not exactly this model, but all D-Link motherboard NICs) over the last 30 years. I have not had a single DOA and rarely had one fail while in regular use (maybe 0.2% of 'em). They sync up with every network I've ever plugged them into just like the old 3Com 3c509s. I use them when I run into a motherboard who's onboard chipset has failed or for bridging multiple networks or in Server boxes needing access to multiple network segments directly. They are very low overhead and can easily be configured to fully optimize your network comm regardless of any configuration I've ever run into.
Reviewed By:Guadalupe V.,5/2/2017 11:00:56 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product more than 1 year.
Pros: I moved my computer when it was still running. I heard loud noises When the whole family yells I turn off the computer. The network adapter was destroyed. This USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter fixed everything and then I was on the internet Success
Other Thoughts: I move my new computer when it was still running. The network adapter was destroyed. Do not move the computer when its running. When the family all yell turn it off This USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter got me back on the internet. Success Thanks newegg.com Success This USB network adapter replaced the Ethernet adapter that was destroyed
Reviewed By:Jerry W.,4/18/2017 9:12:42 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Pros: Fits in the PCIe x1 slot, so it doesn't take up any other PCIe slots better suited for other cards. Intel server adapter quality and reliability. Server adapter support is always a plus.
Other Thoughts: Running the Intel Ethernet Server Adapter I210 in a AMD Ryzen 5 1600X build using the Asus Prime B350-Plus with the latest BIOS 0606 update, 32GB G.Skill Fortis Series DDR4-2400 at 14-14-14-34 2T, EVGA GTX1080, Samsung 960 Pro 512GB M.2 SSD, Thermaltake 600w PSU, Coolermaster HAF XB EVO LAN Box.
The onboard Realtek® RTL8111H, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller(s) is disable to use the intel i210-T1 Server Adapter.
Reviewed By:Glenn K.,4/18/2017 10:57:36 AM
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