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StarTech.com PEXUSB3S11 - Adaptador PCI Express PCI-E con USB 3.0 de 2 puertos con UASP
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StarTech.com Tarjeta Adaptador PCI Express PCI-E USB 3.0 SuperSpeed de 2 Puertos con UASP - 1 Interno - 1 Externo. Interfaz de host: PCIe, Interfaz de salida: USB 3.0. Color del producto: Rojo, Certificación: CE, FCC. Ancho: 7,6 cm, Profundidad: 12,1 cm, Altura: 1,9 cm. Velocidad de transferencia de datos: 5120 Mbit/s, Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico, Sistemas operativos compatibles: Microsoft Windows XP/Server 2003/Vista/7/Server 2008 R2
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I have also been able to use both of the USB 3.0 ports at the same time and have had no issues with the port self-powering the 2.5" external drives. Overall I am very satisfied with this USB 3.0 card and management will be super happy that a full restore of the server will only take 4 hours and not 21.
It was fine back in 2011 but had become a slug with a full drive and a memory hog like Windows 10.
On my unit the PCI slots have to be pried out with pliers since the slots are part of the overall stamping, This was probably done to save money in manufacture but it's a real pain when you need to open a slot.
It took more time to create the PCI slot than it did to install and activate this device.
This device comes with a power cord that has a 4 pin Molex that plugs into the card itself and a different connector that plugs into a slot on my power supply lead.
With Windows 10 my unit booted back up immediately and it did not require the driver or data on the CD that comes with the device.
I immediately plugged in my new 4TB Passport and proceeded to move data.
I am quite happy with how well this worked because I am not an IT guy and merely followed the directions to achieve a fast return to productivity.
The card locks up the boot process, not even getting to the BIOS boot phase. After three trys, it finally does complete booting.
This happened twice where multiple re-boots were necessary. This may be a bad card, but it's not worth my time to try another which I normally do (as most here do not).
USB3 add-ons seem to have a problem as I have had problem (not this) with another card. This is running Win7 x64. It appears to be a conflict with existing on-board USB3 ports.