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ORICO PVU3 tarjeta PCI Serie??????

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 12 x 7 x 1,8 cm ; 50 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: ORICO PFU3-4P
  • ASIN: B008V3THAC
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 12 de mayo de 2016
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones de clientes
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº275 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Por David TOP 1000 COMENTARISTAS en 14 de diciembre de 2012
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La placa es compatible con MacPro y MacOSX 10.7 (Lion) y 10.8 (Mountain lion) sin necesidad de instalar drivers adicionales: el propio sistema la reconoce y gestiona.

Pero no suministra corriente a los periféricos USB conectados, de modo que el ordenador no reconoce un pendrive conectado a ella. Esto no es un problema de esta placa sino una consecuencia del bajo voltaje que suministran los pines 9 y 10 de la ranura PCIe a la que se conecta. Las únicas placas que podrían alimentar un dispositivo USB serían las que fuesen conectadas también a los pines 1 y 2, que suministran 12V, y luego redujeran el voltaje. Pero no conozco ninguna. Posiblemente no existan porque podrían someter al bus PCIe a una sobrecarga brutal según lo que se conectase.

Si el dispositivo que se conecta tiene alimentación propia, como un disco USB con fuente de alimentación, por ejemplo, no hay ningún problema.

Formas de solventar el problema con los dispositivos autoalimentados:

a) La placa lleva un conector Molex hembra (la pastilla negra que se ve detrás de la placa) para conectarla a la fuente de alimentación del PC. Para eso, la fuente debe tener algún Molex macho libre o bien tenéis que comprar un cable derivador Molex en Y (una hembra y dos machos). En Mac esto no es posible: la fuente del MacPro no tiene conectores Molex.

b) Comprar un hub USB3 con fuente de alimentación, conectarlo a la placa y conectar los dispositivos autoalimentados al hub y los que cuenten con alimentación externa, a la placa.
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E comprado esto producto para instalarlo en un Mac pro pero no funcióna ,e intentado alimentando y tampoco si lo queres comprar para el Mac pro olvídalo si es para Pc no lo e probado.
Al final e comprado otro tarjeta de otra marca y funcióna 100%
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Product had maufacturing issues and is being returned. I will NEVER buy an ORICO product again. 27 de abril de 2015
Por James Balmer - Publicado en
Tamaño: 5*USB3.0 Ports Compra verificada
Just received this a couple days ago. Was excited to be able to add another group of USB 3.0 ports to the front of my system. However, I went to install the board yesterday and upon removing the board from the anti-static bag noticed a decent bit of residue on the back side of the board from it not being fully cleaned after production.

I'm an electrical engineer and have been doing PCB design for going on 5 years now using parts of larger, equal, and smaller pitch than the components on this board and have had several boards mass produced. Seeing that residue, which I know is flux from the soldering process, is an instant flag for me to inspect the board further. As I feared one of the two control chips was not properly soldered to the board. I found two pins that had a solder bridge shorting them together and two sides of the chip that had under-formed solder joints such that several pins appeared not to even be connected (i.e. not soldered to the board). I started really looking at the rest of the board and all I can say is the fact that this has a "Q.C. Passed" sticker on the back of it is a joke. On almost all of the parts either they have too much solder (such that is is almost balled up OVER the part) or not enough and the parts seem to be barely connected. I am at most under impressed with the quality of this product. If this had been a $10 or even $15 card I would probably not bee too surprised at this. But for $30 I start to expect that at least mechanically/physically/hardware wise the product is decent and this is not.

Given what I found I was NOT about to even attempt putting this card in my computer and am returning it.
Needless to say, like my review title I will not buy this product again, and will never buy a ORICO product again.

I have included three pictures of the card that I received.
Board_01 shows the chip with the bad solder joints I mentioned above.
Board_02 is taken through a microscope so that you can easily see the solder bridge pointed to by the lower right arrow. It also shows that there were left over solder contaminants from the board not being cleaned properly/completely pointed to by the upper right two arrows. These are actually bits of solder (METAL!!!!) that are left on the board. Given the board's orientation in my PC and that I was going to mount this above my graphics card, this could have been disastrous. The upper center two arrows point to solder joints on two different sides of the chip to show the difference in the joints. Technically neither one of these are good joints. The top joints have WAY too much solder shown by how they balled up and look like either there was not enough flux or they were not heated enough given the rough texture of the solder. Proper solder joints should look more like the joints along the right side of the chip, smooth, shiny, and should ramp up smoothly from the board to the chip. The Joints on the right side of the chip however actually do not have enough solder on them and do not completely cover some of the pins on the side of the chip.
Board_03 shows the back side of the board and the residue that was present. It's a little hard to see but circled the difference in the pic.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Works with Mac OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.3 native drivers 8 de mayo de 2013
Por Chuck Darwin - Publicado en
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I ordered this card for my Mac Pro 5,1 (Mid 2010) after learning the hard way that there are no OSX drivers for NEC-based USB 3.0 chipsets, and after a Fresco card, which worked with the native OSX driver, proved to be a little dodgy. The Orico card exudes quality compared to the others. Its Molex power connector has a reinforced attachment to the card (by comparison, the connectors on the Fresco and NEC are held on only by the soldered pins and two somewhat loose plastic pieces that snap through the card), and the capacitors appear to be solid, as represented. Plugged it into a slot, connected a 4 pin Molex (which I wired from the extra SATA connector in the DVD-drive cage, using a SATA-to-Molex converter and a Molex extension cable), fired up the Mac, and connected all the USB 3.0 peripherals I own: a 2 TB Western Digital My Book USB 3.0, a 2 TB LaCie d2 USB 3 drive, and a Hoodman USB 3.0 card reader. All of them work. I didn't have to load any drivers; the native OSX USB 3 driver works fine with this card.

Orico sent me a nice follow-up e-mail after I bought the card through Amazon, with a tip regarding the power connector (use a SATA-to-Molex; the Mac Pro's extra 6-pin connector won't work because it isn't 5 volts). (Orico: you should include a SATA to Molex converter cable for Mac users, your competitors do!)

All in all, I'm very satisfied with the purchase as well as impressed with Orico, a company I had never heard of until this purchase.

Some tips:
The molex connector on the card is MALE.
Mac Pro 5,1 owners don't necessarily have to run the 5v power all the way from the extra SATA connector in the DVD drive cage; if you aren't using all your drive sleds, just use the SATA connector for the drive sled closest to the USB card.
Owners of the previous Mac Pro model (4,1?) can find two extra SATA headers on the motherboard in the middle section (i.e. drives & PCI slots) towards the front of the case.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lots of USB3 ports for a OK price, but get the latest drivers from VIA 9 de marzo de 2013
Por synonomnomnom - Publicado en
The ones that come with the card are out of date and buggy. Newer drivers didn't do much, if anything, to improve performance but stability improved quite a bit. The card will now detect most devices without issue when plugged in. I say most and not all because USB3 is probably the buggiest version of USB yet and everyone, including Intel, are having issues with it not quite working right with everything out there.

The card itself is well made and the packaging is OK too. Instructions are a joke since they're all in Mandarin or Taiwanese so unless you can read those languages you're boned. Just google directions on how to install any old PCIe card if you really need directions. Actually putting the hardware in itself isn't much different from card to card, just remember to plug in the 4 pin power cable otherwise the card won't have enough power to operate properly.

The 2 internal USB3 ports are kinda cool but I would've preferred the card have a front case connector on it instead so I could use the case's built in USB3 ports. The instructions list another card that ORICO makes that has this but it wasn't available at the time I bought this card. Here is the amazon link to that card too: ORICO PVU3 5O2I Port USB 3 0

I haven't used it before but going by the pics it appears identical in every way except for having that front panel USB3 connector.

Using my 4TB USB3 Seagate hard drive as the source I copied a 8GB file a few times to my computer across this cards USB3 ports and got around a average of 110MB/s read speeds. The destination drive was a modern SSD so its pretty unlikely there were any bottlenecks there. Likely the mechanical Seagate hard drive was the bottleneck here but I'm still quite happy with that sort of performance. Especially coming from USB2 which got around 35MB/s transfer rates on the same computer.


Update 8/17/2013: Been around 6 months and card is still chugging away without issue. 2x external hard drives, 1 USB3 and the other a older USB2 drive, hooked up to this thing most of that time. I also constantly plug/unplug USB3 flash sticks into it without issue, but I also make sure to unmount them before unplugging them to prevent any data from getting corrupted. Which is what you're supposed to do but many people don't.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very Easy Installation, Clean Build 28 de febrero de 2013
Por Jeffrey Osborn - Publicado en
Tamaño: 5*USB3.0 Ports Compra verificada
I plugged in the Molex connector and booted my PC up, ran the CD, opened the VLI folder and ran setup.exe. That was it, it was up and running.

Three external 2TB USB 3.0 drives and a 64GB flash drive working flawlessly. (Actually, they all run faster now.)

I first bought an Orico 7-port hub and had compatibility issues with my Asus USB 3.0 card. Since I rate myself very highly on tech level, I knew it couldn’t possibly be my problem. After placing an RMA w/o even contacting Orico, I was almost immediately contacted by someone named Ivan from Orico tech support who really knew his business.

He provided me with specific details about the different chipsets for USB 3.0 hubs and cards and explained the differences to me with regard to my existing board. This new card now happily co-exists with my older 2-port card, not that I need the older one any more.

I have seen previous reviews condemning the tech support from Orico. Take it from me; Ivan was responsive and VERY knowledgeable. THEIR TECH SUPPORT HAS DRAMATICALLY CHANGED FOR THE BETTER. We traded more than 30 emails. They do follow up.

I am about to order the USB 3.0 20-pin to 5 ¼” drive bay adapter.

Ivan (and Orico) definitely have a new dedicated fan.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas (UPDATED Feb, 2016) Great card, Miserable installation, Good customer support, Get The Latest Drivers! 1 de diciembre de 2013
Por Stephanie Sullivan - Publicado en
Tamaño: 5*USB3.0 Ports Compra verificada
Important update Dec 31, 2013:

My review there has my overall experience with the card and how to easily get drivers if your CD does not work for you. I'm inclined to support this seller because of their exceptional support to me.

The original review below, but read the update too:

The ORICO PVU3-5O2I Booster USB 3.0 7 Port PCI Express Card is now working fine. Getting to that point was another story. Read on...

When the product arrived it was it was not ORICO branded but the same in the AITECH brand. Functionally identical but it is not confidence inspiring to get something, even identical that is cross branded.

The physical installation was a snap in a Dell T3400 Precision workstation. I did need a 12-Inch Molex 5.25 Male to 5.25 Female DC Power Extension Cable to get the required power connection. Note: The power connection is NOT optional.

When I put the driver mini-CD (3in) into the drive and ran the driver installer on this windows 7 system I got a message the package was corrupt. I had purchased 2 of these so I tried the other one's CD and the same result. Unacceptable.

I went to the usaitech web site after some searching was able to download the driver for this card. Still I had problems on my fully patched Windows 7 Pro system. Finally I went to the ORICO web site and found the driver download there which appeared to be the driver directly from the chip manufacturer (VIA-labs). This installed without incident plus I was able to get a recently updated version.

Once the correct driver was installed the USB 3.0 card worked just fine with a WD My Passport Ultra USB 3.0 hard drive. Much faster than it did with USB 2.1 ports.

I'm only giving this 3 stars because while the card works perfectly it only makes up a little for the miserable driver install that could intimidate and frustrate less "geeky" purchasers. Not to mention cross-branding faux pas where the product (though identical) was delivered with different branding than the listing indicated.

If you need a lot of USB 3.0 ports this is probably a good purchase if you are willing the chase down the drivers on-line. Getting them directly from the Via web site is probably the best source.

Hope this helps someone in evaluating the card.

Update: Dec 17, 2013

The seller contacted me and over the last couple of days we have exchanged emails about my experience with their product. They explained (as I thought) the Aitech branded product was the identical product to the Orico branded product. I gave feedback on how they could improve their product listing so people might be better able to get the most current drivers and not be surprised by getting the product in a different brand box. They were very receptive in a way I expect they will make improvements.

A seller that will follow-up and work toward customer satisfaction, even on a small item like this, is worth a bit of slack. Because of the unsolicited and proactive support and follow-through I'm upgrading my listing to 4 stars.

Update: Feb 3 2016:
I am still using my USB 3.0 card. Recently I updated the drivers for the VL805 chip to the latest from Via Labs: (...) I got a performance bump when I did the upgrade. Lesson: check for updated drivers from time to time.

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