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6gu 3-2 CalDigit FASTA & USB 3,0 2 Puertos, eSata para Mac/PC

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Peso del producto204 g
Dimensiones del paquete19,6 x 16,3 x 4,8 cm
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Funciona perfectamente sobre mac. Pero yo tengo Windows instalado en un disco externo que va por esata. Al arrancar el bootcamp (windows) sobre el macpro no reconoce la tarjeta y windows no arranca. Hay que instalar previamente los drivers en windows antes de instalar la tarjeta.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas CalDigital won't support the card after charging so much money DO NOT BUY 17 de enero de 2016
Por JPS Nagi - Publicado en
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I bought this card in May of 2013, and it has served me well till El Capitan.

I have MacPro 4,1 (2009). I was looking to upgrade my MacPro with USB3.0 and eSATA capability.
There were many cards that were $25-$30 with only USB 3.0 ports (I should have gone for those); but in my immense wisdom, I decided to dole out the money and paid $140 for this card (almost 5x the money of the other cards).

I loved the card in Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite. The bootcamp had Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10. The card kept working.

Then came El Capitan, and the card stopped working. Won't let me boot in Mac OS partition (although it worked in Windows 10). I get a message that an unsupported hardware is installed.
I looked on CalDigital's website, and it was not supported in El Capitan. CalDigital Technical Support told me that I should buy the newer version of the card - for another $150.
Sorry, I won't give you $150 of my hard earned money every two years. Drivers are easy to support - it is just software!

I am not buying anything CalDigital ever again!

Anyway, If you are using anything before El Capitan (i.e. <= Mac OS X 10.9), this is a great card. Otherwise it is a toast.
I am giving mine to someone who has a Windows machine and needs these ports.

If you are looking for a good card for MacPro 3,1 or later, I would say look at Inateck KT4006 (Fresco chipset)
It is also much cheaper ($20), and works in Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) and Windows 10 - no drivers required in either operating systems.
The only downside is that there are only 2 USB 3.0 ports ... still works !
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works great on Mac Pro 3,1 2008 6 de septiembre de 2013
Por M. Mich - Publicado en
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I did a lot of research into adding USB 3.0 to my late 2008 Mac Pro 3,1. This card seemed to have the best reviews - really the only card that seemed stable across all Mac Pro models. Luckily, the card does work great!

I pulled out my older 3G eSata 2x PCI card and popped the Caldigit into the same PCI slot. Booted up the Mac, and the eSata worked out of the box. eSata ports recognized and transferred files between both of my external devices - a single 2TB drive, and a 4 x 2TB Probox enclosure.

The card comes with an installer CD which includes USB 3.0 drivers for OSX 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 as well as Windows. I installed the 10.6 (I am running 10.6.8 Snow Leopard on my Mac) driver, and rebooted. Upon restart, I connected my external USB 3.0 drive and it worked great! Fast transfer speeds, and seemed stable.

I finally have USB 3.0 on my Mac!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Disappointment to My Mac and Me. 7 de febrero de 2014
Por HolterDesign - Publicado en
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This card doesn't quite perform as advertised. While it does work, has 2 USB 3 ports, 2 eSATA ports, and was reasonably priced, the reasons I purchased this card void any money I may have saved as it simply provided me with extra ports and no performance.
I purchased this card for it's SuperSpeed USB 3.0 capabilities, which they claim to be up to 5Gbps, and after a couple weeks of connecting every spare device I have to test the connections and speeds, it has never performed above the standard old USB 2.0 speeds of 480Mbps. It won't even sync my iPad/iPhone. I already have another PCIe raid card with 4 eSATA ports installed in my Mac and certainly didn't need two more eSATA ports, or 2 more USB 2 ports for that matter.

So I finally gave up on the USB 3.0 feature and used the eSATA ports to connect another external hard drive. The same drive which was previously plugged in to the USB 3 ports, and an eSATA port on my other card before that, now produces a super high pitched whine that gave me an instant migraine. My dogs even left the room. The last fragment of hope I had for making this card useful is now dead and gone.

In the end I gained 4 redundant ports, a headache so severe that blood is trickling out of my ears, and am out $140 bucks. So if you are looking for a card to power your USB 3.0 devices and need that 5Gbps speed, keep on looking.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works with Mac Pro 7 de agosto de 2012
Por Steve Holmes - Publicado en
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This is the only USB card that I've been able to get to work in my 2009 Mac Pro, and so far it's great. It's working in Mountain Lion with a Lexar USB 3 Card Reader and a Firmtek eSATA drive enclosure.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Caused my Mac Pro 10.8.3 to crash when USB3 CF card reader plugged in 17 de mayo de 2013
Por Edward F. Moorhead Jr. - Publicado en
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After installing the CalDigit FASTA-6Gu3 in my Mac Pro 4,1 Running 10.8.3, the computer began to crash when ever a USB3 card reader was plugged into the USB3 side of this PCI card. CalDigit support tried to help, but the most current drivers downloaded from CalDigits site as of April 2013 did not solve the problems with the USB3 side of this card. (Never a problem with the eSata ports). Never able to fully diagnose the conflict, but I tried Lexar Pro UDMA 7 and Hoodman USB3 car readers. The error reports mentioned the Wacom 4, Logitech Cordless Keyboard and Spyder monitor calibration tool (all plugged into USB2 ports) as possible conflicts.

Tried to debug it over two months. Pulled it from the computer and sent it back to at my expense today. I hope Amazon gives me a refund or credit.

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