* Very cheap
* Works at (almost) full USB3 speed
* Easy installation
* With recent GNU/Linux distros, you don't need to install any drivers (tried with Debian 6/7). None yet (people on the forum says this device will only work for a few months, we'll see about that) I own another NEC-based USB3 card, made in Japan. I got an average of 90-100 MB/s reading ... Read more
USB 3.0 is very fast
Extra power cord-adapter. No .inf driver for NEC chip. Only setup.exe both on CD and in internet. It works in 16x PCI-E slot on my motherboard (my board not have other PCI-E slots). Extra power cord-adapter (from 5" power supply (like a CD or IDE HDD) to 3" (like a floppy)) in the box. It optional for more USB ... Read more
This card does indeed connect a USB 3.0 external drive at USB 3.0 speed. It is supplied with an adapter cable, in case you do not have a floppy power (small 4-pin) connector in your system. The adapter cable ends in a 4-pin Molex plug. Does not use an NEC/Renesas µPD720200 USB 3.0 controller chip, but rather a Chinese clone of same. Must be close ... Read more
Allows you to connect modern high-speed USB 3.0 devices! Card itself works great. Based on Renesas D720200AF chipset. Some online publications claims that it is faster that the original NEC D720200F chip, I don't test that but newer chip is definetely better. Has an external power connector. But most of all, the price is real low! For me it is almost ... Read more
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