Customer reviews for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter

2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter

2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
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(5 reviews) 5
3 out of 560%of customers recommend this
Customer reviews for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
Review 1 for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
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Customer avatarReviewed by:Tom613
(Allen, TX)
Duration of Product Use:Less than a month
Level of Expertise:Good
I use my PC for:Everyday Computing
Your Lifestyle:Retired
Title:

PCI 3.0 USB Card

PostedFebruary 5, 2014
Yes, I would recommend this product
Excellent Product. Easy to install. Works great. Great value. Timely shipping from Dell
Pros:geat value, easy to install, works great
Cons:none
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Review 2 for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
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5 / 5
5 / 5
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5 / 5
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Customer avatarReviewed by:ChuckASI
I use my PC for:Everyday Computing
Your Lifestyle:Professional
Title:

Does the job

PostedJanuary 23, 2014
Yes, I would recommend this product
Easy install, easy setup. Cut my backup almost in half from the USB 2.0.
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Review 3 for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
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2 / 5
2 / 5
Customer avatarReviewed by:hgoodie2000
Title:

2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter

PostedDecember 28, 2011
No, I do not recommend this product.
Product contains a power connector cable taht is TOO short. Bought this card to use in my new XPS 8300 and the power connector is TOO short. C'mon Dell step up your game. Supply LONGER power connectors.
+1point
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Review 4 for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
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5 / 5
5 / 5
Customer avatarReviewed by:BookerT1
(Have De Grace MD)
Title:

2 Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Review

PostedJune 8, 2011
Yes, I would recommend this product
The card has preformed excellently in my Dell Dimension 9100 PC. I have 80 GB hard drive attached via a 3.O USB Drive Inclosure and 120 Exteenal drive. The card has perfromed excellently.
Pros:home use
+1point
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Review 5 for 2-Port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Card Adapter
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4 / 5
4 / 5
Customer avatarReviewed by:Blimfark
(Southwest America)
Duration of Product Use:1-2 months
Level of Expertise:Expert
Title:

Look out, check with Dell AND StarTech...

PostedApril 19, 2011
No, I do not recommend this product.
I ordered two of these cards for my brand new Dell Core i7 computer (built by Dell Jan 27th of this year.) I already owned two external HD's, and one was an Iomega 1TB USB 3.0 compatible, 2.0 backwards compatible. (I have since given up on my 2.0 1TB WD External Book and attached that one to my DishNet external device port, and now am happy to report it works fine as a secondary drive moving stuff from my receivers hd to saved programs. Good place for it as I was considering making a doorstop out of it.)
When the USB 3.0 express cards arrived I installed both. As it turns out, Dell says these cards do not need power supply cables, but the manufacturer says for genuine 3.0 10X speed capability, you DO need power supply cables. So I ordered cables and waited for delivery.
Meanwhile, it turns out one of the cards was bad and wiped out my external drive and crossed clusters on my internal Boot HD.
I finally have the card (the good one) installed with power cable and works fine with my Iomega at 10X speed.
Unfortunately, now my HP 8500 Printer has gone south since I suspect it cannot recognize my 3.0 USB port on my new Win 7 64 bit machine (but it works fine with the three other computers in my home wireless network.)
I've been into computers since TrsDos and LDos, MS/Dos, Windows inception on up. I just can't figure how anyone can stay on top of the latest technology without devoting 24/7 study to it all.
I checked with Dell about the defective card and they say I need to contact StarTech the supplier, but I suspect between the both of them, I've run out of time field testing both recomendations from Dell and StarTech.
Just be careful. To this date, I'm still not sure what the deal is on these cards and I'm pretty tired of doing the legwork for both outlets.
+33points
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