1. This FS-U2-Pro will add 2-USB 3.0 ports on your desktop computer by PCI Express(1X) slot.The super fast USB 3.0 ports will provide 5Gbps max data(total) transfer speed for video,audio,photos or files.
2.Build in FebSmart Self-Powered Technology: Users do not need to plug any additional power cable on board (only PCIe slot) and get each ports 2A (4A in total) max power supply for high power-consuming data device like Hard drive discs etc. Enjoy super easy installation with Plug & Play use.
4. Compatible System:1.Plug and Play on Windows 10,8.1,8(32/64bit) and Windows Server 2012,2012R2,2016,2019.2.Need to Install Driver on Windows XP,Vista,7(32/64bit) and Windows Server 2003,2003R2,2008,2008R2(32/64bit),NOT for MAC OS.Comply with PCI Express X1,X4,X8,X16 slot.
5. Buy with 30days money back, one year warranty, Lifetime tech support. Get prompt tech-support at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.febsmart.com
3.Based on RENESAS NEC high performance chipset with more technology. 2X added power module provide 2X2 ampere current ensure adequate power supply for USB device.2X electric circuit protector and voltage stable capacitance protect data and device safety than ever.
I have a fancy USB 3.0 network adapter that I use with an older system. Plugged into the USB 3.0 slot in the back of the system, I would sometimes get 6Mbps down/100+ Mbps up. Other times I would get 100+ down/100+ up. With this adapter I get 85+ down/100+ up consistently. I don't have any disks to test it with. Mine get about 30-60 MBps, presumably not enough to stress it. Anyway, it is better than what I had.
I used Microsoft's USB Device Viewer to look at my Lenovo 11017. It looks like, internally, it attaches an internal non-USB 3.0 hub to its internal USB 3.0 hub. That can't be good. It probably explains the come-and-go performance.
This adapter shows up as a USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller right off of My Computer, so I have control of what uses it. 85 is a lot better than 6!
Notice: 1. It is necessary to connect the card to power supply of the PC. 2. For Windows XP/Vista Users, due to OS limitations, the real speed will be located between the level of USB 2.0 and 3.0
Operating System Compatibility: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7,Windows 8 and Window 10(32/64-bit); Backwards Compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 devices.
With quick installation, this USB 3.0 PCI express Card offers a simple solution for your standard desktop PC. Enjoy copying videos, music, photos, data files at blazing fast speeds.
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports transfer rates of up to 5Gbps - The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected.
7 Ports USB 3.0 downstream ports for standard desktop PCs; Support Hot Plug, Plug & Play; Support LPM, Low Energy Consumption.
I got this card for VR, since the Oculus compatibility tool doesn't like my motherboard's USB 3.0 ports. The card works perfectly well, and passes the Oculus compatibility test. Do NOT toss the CD away though. Windows 10 installed drivers for it on its own, but they didn't work for me. I had a bizarre problem with an external hard drive, which had horrible transfer rates when copying files TO it (~5 MB/s), but perfectly good ones when copying FROM it (90+ MB/s). The problem went away after installing the "Red card" drivers on the CD.
In order to use the two internal USB ports on the card as front USB ports, I bought this: Amebay 5.25 Inch Front Panel USB Hub with 2 USB 3.0 Ports 20 Pin Connector & 2ft Adapter Cable, and this: uxcell® 27cm Blue USB 3.0 A Male to Male 19 Pin Header Slot Adapter Cable, BUT you can skip the cable if you get the card with the internal 20-pin connector instead: Inateck PCI-E to USB 3.0 5-Port PCI Express Card and 15-Pin Power Connector, Mini PCI-E USB 3.0 Hub Controller Adapter, with Internal USB 3.0 20-PIN Connector - Expand Another Two USB 3.0 Ports
Supports four additional NVMe M.2 drives using Intel VROC for transfer speeds up to 128Gbps
Intel VROC ready and NVMe RAID support on AMD Ryzen Threadripper
Pci Express 3.0 x16 interface, compatible with PCI Express x8 and x16 Slots
New two-phase power solution with up to 14W output
Stylish heatsink and integrated blower style fan prevent M.2 throttling
I used this item to take two Intel M.2 SSDs and gamg them together for a RAID0 setup. I put this card in an ASUS x299 TUF Mark 2 motherboard with an i9-9960x and it worked fine. If you have a similar setup just make sure you plug it into one of the x16 slots hooked up to the processor if you want to use VROC to RAID the drives. Since I used RAID0 I didn't need to buy a VROC key but if you use a different RAID configuration or non-Intel drives you might need the key (I would ask ASUS before trying since I found conflicting info about what combinations required a VROC key). If you use this product in a different setup make sure your system supports PCIe bifurcation as this card is passive and doesn't include a switch that adds bifurcation.
Superspeed USB 3.0 supports transfer rates of up to 5Gbps - The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected
Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 devices; Support Windows XP/Vista/Server/7/8/10, Linux
With quick and easy installation, this USB 3.0 PCI express I/O Card offers a simple solution for connecting to and using USB 3.0 devices on your standard desktop PC. Enjoy copying videos, music, photos, data files between USB devices and the computer at blazing fast speeds
Built-in 15 pin SATA power connector and 4-pin male to SATA 15-pin female power cable to power USB devices
Supports up to 4 USB 3.0 devices;Hot-swappable, plug and play; Low energy consumption
Despite what all of the documentation told me, I bought this USB expansion card to use with the Oculus Rift over the recommended one because I could not stand the red PCB on the Inateck USB Expansion card even though that one is supposed to be guaranteed to work. My logic was that if the card does not work with the Oculus sensors, I would move my current USB peripherals that are plugged into my motherboard slots to the expansion card, and use my motherboard USB slots for the sensors. I did not have to do this. I use a 3 sensor setup and I was able to plug all 3 sensors into this expansion card and use the Rift just fine. I have the supplied Molex power adapter plugged into the card, and have had no problems with it having 3 sensors and an unrelated USB peripheral plugged into it. Even for long sessions in VR, I do not have disconnects or anything. I do have the HMD plugged into a front panel USB port, and the HDMI plugged into an HDMI extender, so the HMD is not also plugged into the expansion card. I have owned this card for a couple of months now and experienced no problems. My only complaint is the ugly "ketchup and mustard" colored Molex power cable supplied instead of a black one to match the PCB
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Specifications: 7 Port USB 3.0 PCIe Expansion slots for desktop PC.
Engineered with High Performance capacitors to ensure full connectivity, fits in any PCI-Express x1 , x2 , x4 , x8 or x16 socket, PCI Express Base Specification 2.0 compliant.
High Performance: USB 3.0 supports transfer rates of up to 5Gbps, Powered by a 15 pin SATA power interface, includes a 4 pin to 15 pin SATA female power cable.
Fully Compatible: Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1, compatible with Windows and Linux.
Needed an additional USB port on the back of the computer case. The computer had 2 open PCI e slots available and plenty of SATA power plugs available from the power supply so this looked to be a good fit. Only problem was that the case opening on the first PCIe slot I tried was not aligned with the USB ports on the card. The second available PCIe slot was better but still not perfectly aligned. I think I would recommend a card with horizontal rather than vertical ports for this reason even if it meant fewer USB ports.
Top performance - Our computer components are designed for optimal performance and high quality multi-functional purposes. Our Lighting Speed USB 3.0 Hub and SD card reader writer capabilities out perform the rest
Loaded support - This ultimate high speed card reader writer supports a wide variety of memory including SD/MMC/SDHC, CF/CF II/HS/ CF/MD, MS/MS Duo/MS Pro, XD, TF/T-Flash, M2. Fits any 5.25" computer case front bay. These advanced technologies are backward compatible with USB 2.0 USB 1.0 and USB 1.1
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Fully equipped - This all-in-one internal usb hub comes fully equipped with 11 slots making it fully compatible. Comes with 1 x eSATA Port, 3 x USB 3.0 Type-A ports, 1 x USB-C Port, and 6 Slots dedicated for card readers.
Newest technology - One designated 3.0 USB port Type-C and eSATA port with front accessibility for easy use. Three front accessible USB 3.0 Type-A ports with super speed USB 3.0 up to 5 Gbps bandwidth. Perfect usb charging hub to power all your PC accessories.
Compatible slot: PCIe x4, PCIe x8, PCIe x16
Good Compatibility: Compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10/Linux Kernel
PCI-E to USB3.1: Expand your computer with two more ports
USB3.1 Gen 2: The PCI-E card is equipped with 10Gbps bandwidth, which ensures fast data transmission, real speed of USB3.1 for individual port.
No need any extra Power Supply
Unlike the utterly miserable dodocool alternative (dodocool PCI-Express Card with Dual Type-C Ports 15-Pin Connector SuperSpeed Gen II (10 Gbps) for Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 Linux Kernal, this one actually works! One major reason for the difference is that this Totovin product came with a Windows 7 driver disk, which is absolutely essential for that operating system.
The "dodocool" product not only completely failed to work (and caused terrible crashes under Windows 7), but the manufacturer refused to help.
My single criticism is that the user manual that comes with it speaks of hooking up a SATA power connector, which does not exist on this card (and which does come with the dodocool). That might have been useful for unpowered USB 3.1 devices...
Resettable Fuses—Device overcurrent fuses are resettable—just shut down your machine to reset a fuse without permanent damage to card or computer
Protected Ports—Independent power regulation isolates each port to prevent cross-coupled power glitches that may cause accidental disconnects
SuperSpeed+ USB Technology—Adds two 10Gbps USB-C (USB 3.1 Gen 2) ports to your Mac Pro with PCIe slots, Windows PC, Linux computer or Thunderbolt to PCIe card expansion system; transfers data up to 2x as fast as USB 3.0 connections
Super-Powered Ports—Supports USB-C bus-powered SSD, SSD RAID, and hard drive devices with up to 15W (3.0A) power per port
Optimized for Thunderbolt—Provides maximum performance over Thunderbolt (card is not compatible with MacOS 10.11)
After researching various USB-C PCIe cards I settled on the one from Sonnet because it had good reviews. While cost is important and this was not the cheapest one, my time is worth something and I hate hassles and dealing with computer problems, just want it to work and not have to troubleshoot problems. Followed the instruction sheet and went to the SonnetTech web site to check if there was a more recent instruction sheet and there was. The only difference that I found was the drivers didn't have to be downloaded for High Sierra so that was nice.
This went in to my Mac Pro 2012 5,1 and was the easiest installation of anything that I've installed in it. The computer sits on my desk to get it away from sucking in any dust from the floor. Got a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the two screws holding the cards in. After removing the side panel it took all of about five minutes. to remove the empty card bay plate and insert the new USB-C card, re-install the plate with the two screws, and replace the side cover. What could be easier?
Turned the 5,1 on, checked "About this Mac", System Report, and it showed that the USB-C card was installed. One may have to drag the window bar down a bit to see the list of all the USB items.
Exited About this Mac then connected a 5TB USB-3.0 desktop HDD to the USB-C PCIe card via a 3-foot long Amazon USB-C > USB3 Gen2 cable (this was an Amazon cable). Proceeded to copy a number of video files from the computer SSD to the desktop drive and couldn't believe how fast it went! I was blown over. The first file would have taken "about an hour" via USB 2.0 but with the new card it took only five and a half minutes. Transfer rate for four different large (~45GB) video files was uniform at 137MB/s + or - a MB vs the ~10 > 15MB/s for 2.0. Really impressive. With 4K video files filling up my drives I've got plans for another desktop HDD and this card will be crucial to having a fast workflow and an improved backup system.
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