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Load image into Gallery viewer, Ableconn Pusb31 P2 A Usb 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) 2 Port Type A Pci Express (Pc Ie) X4 Host Adapter Card
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Ableconn Pusb31 P2 A Usb 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) 2 Port Type A Pci Express (Pc Ie) X4 Host Adapter Card

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Description

  • Two USB Type-A connectors. Up to 10Gbps data transfer speed, twice as fast as USB 3.0.
  • Low Profile board. Include both Low Profile and Regular Size PCIe brackets. PCIe x4 card fits in any PCIe 2.0 or PCIe 3.0 x4 or x8 or x16 slot.
  • Instead of taking 5V power directly from power supply, our design includes power switching regulator circuit that automatically converts 12V from PCIe bus or from 15-Pin SATA power to ensure sufficient 5V/2A bus power on each USB port.
  • No driver installation is required on Mac OS X 10.9 to 10.10, and 10.12 to 10.14 (NOTE: does NOT work on OS X 10.11), Win10, 8.1, 8, and Server 2012. Driver download is available for 32/64 bit Windows 7/Vista, and Windows Server 2008/2003. Note: UASP featue is only available with Microsoft and OS X built-in drivers. Currently, the ASMedia driver does not have UASP feature.
  • Built with ASMedia ASM1142. Fully RoHS compliant. Made in Taiwan.

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Customer Reviews

It works... But can't seem to get 10gbps speeds?So i am fairly new to the whole upgrade your computer thing. I have this 2010 Mac Pro with the Quad core. Installed card, works without any need of driver install or anything. Im using High Sierra... I connected 2 backup devices, both using USB 3.0 Cords to one portable hard drive and another 3.0 to a thunderbolt/usb 3.0 external hard drive. Then I used proper amazon purchased USB 3.1 Cords on both... Speeds were identical. FYI the thunderbolt drive read and write was 115mbps both ways. The other usb 3.1 drive read write was 144 write, 120 read. That is a 30mbps increase on write and 40mbps on read compared to 3.0. Definitely not 10gbps but a definite improvement depending on the drive connected. Used the black magic speed test fyi.5Norton Security blocks activation of ASMedia driver ASMedia driver by Microsoft (ships with Windows 10) doesn't appear in Device Manager if Norton Security firewall is enabled when Windows 10 starts. If one disables Norton Security firewall at least for 15 minutes and reboots than firewall stays disabled during Windows startup and ASMedia host comes up among USB devices. Evidently, ASMedia developers overlooked this issue which makes this card absolutely unusable for machines with Norton Security.This problem was 100% reproducible on XPS 8700, Windows 10 Home.. 1Possible interference with internal Bluetooth connections.For compatibility with Mac OS 10.12.6 Sierra on a 2009 Mac Pro 5.1, this card was an easy plug and play and it works great! BUT be aware that it MAY cause interference with the internal Bluetooth signal, rendering any bluetooth peripheral connection impossible. (This is a well known potential issue for some USB 3.0 and 3.1 cards installed in computers with Bluetooth also) Initially, after installing the card, my APPLE Magic Mouse started to become very spotty then quit altogether. But after establishing a working connection with the mouse using a different computer, then bringing it back to my Mac Pro, it started working fine again. Very strange, but something to be aware of.5Good card - one tip, thoughHad a little problem with my Gigabyte motherboard - until I set the PCI slot to x4 instead of "auto" in the BIOS.If it's not working for you, try that.Running through USB-C, my external SSD copied a 450 meg file in about three seconds.4Great valueI installed this in an early 2009 MacPro that's been updated to 5,1 firmware and running Catalina. I took off a star because I could not boot off a usb stick boot drive plugged into it. Otherwise, it was plug & play and operates as advertised. Vast improvement over the built in USB-2 ports for large file transfers to a portable drive, or a high speed ADF scanner.4Finally one that WORKS I have tried several USB 3.1 version2 cards in several computers that they were supposed to be compatible with that weren't. This is the first Card that works with 3 out of the 4 computers (and the appropriate Windows 10 drivers) I tried it with. So the market is finally getting its act together and doing enough pre-testing of products to assure wide compatibility, Cudos to this distributor and whatever Chinese factory is producing & testing this card!! 5Not compatible with LinuxThis card is not compatible with Fedora 28 x64 Linux. Ports provide power, but nothing else:$ uname -r4.17.9-200.fc28.x86_64When a USB 3.1 flash drive is inserted:Aug 23 19:24:47 localhost kernel: usb 6-1: new SuperSpeed USB device number 5 using xhci_hcdAug 23 19:24:47 localhost kernel: usb 6-1: device descriptor read/8, error -611Internal USB-C header card actually works, one with external ports does notI purchased two models of this card, but Amazon will not let me leave two different reviews, so I'm averaging the reviews to 3, but please read on for details.I'd been having a hard time finding a PCIe USB-C card that works well with my Logitech StreamCam. I purchased several cards, and multiple of them did not work well. The StreamCam would either show up as a USB 2 device and not be able to do 60fps, or experience other weird problems that slowed the frame rate down to 5fps at 1080p, leaving lots of USB, v42l, and alsa kernel messages in dmesg. The camera works fine with a laptop that has built-in USB-C, and also works fine in a USB 3.0 port of my desktop using a USB-C female to USB-A male adapter, but I wanted to plug it straight in.Out of the first three cards that I'd tried, the version of this card with the internal USB-C header actually worked! I'm using this with a define R6 USB-C case, and it makes the USB-C port on my case work. Not great for charging (Ampere on my Pixel 3 reports ~700 mA charging rate), but seems to work with the StreamCam using Arch linux on an Asrock EPYCD8-2T motherboard. Maybe my one complaint is that the headers face left, so you basically need to leave an empty PCIe slot to the left of this card.Excited about this success, I decided to buy the model of this card that has two external USB-C ports, even though it was more expensive than the others I'd tried. Unfortunately, the card with external USB-C ports was the worst of the bunch. Not only does it not work with the StreamCam, it actually destabilizes the whole USB subsystem. Even if I don't plug anything into the card, just having it in my machine makes the camera not work well in my motherboard's built-in USB-A ports!So what to conclude? Maybe there is poor quality control, or maybe one model is better than the other. However, I'm going to send the card with external ports back.3Card installs fine, works a bit, then vanishesNote: this review went from five stars to three stars, as documented in the updates.The built-in USB 3.0 port on my Dell Precision workstation provided poor frame rates to an attached microscope camera. Web searches turned up other users with similar issues but no workable solutions. My attempted solution was this USB 3.1 PCI-e card.Plugged it into an appropriate slot and hooked up the camera. Had to reboot the system to activate the driver and recognize the camera. But after that, fast frame rates as specified on the camera's datasheet.*** UPDATED May 22, 2019 ***I discovered that upon sleeping the PC, the Device (ASMedia USB3.1 eXtensible Host Controller) was missing when the PC was later awakened. It required restarting the PC to bring the USB3.1 device back again. Further study of the Device Manager turned up another device associated with the ASMedia, a root hub. This device had Power Management options which had been defaulted to "Turn off this device to save power". Unchecking that option permitted the USB3.1 device to survive sleeping the PC.*** UPDATED May 23, 2019 ***Well, it wasn't quite so simple. After I thought it was all sorted, the AsMedia USB 3.1 interface disappeared entirely and didn't even return following a PC restart. After extensive fooling around with PCI buss utilities etc., I came to suspect that the original "Renesas USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller" device, that was built into the workstation, was somehow masking my new USB 3.1 PCI-e card. So I disabled the Renesas device (in Device Manager) and poof! The ASMedia USB 3.1 devices reappeared. They persisted even over a test PC sleep/awaken cycle. So far, so good but I'll be keeping an eye on it.*** UPDATED May 24, 2019 ***Alas, the day after the success documented above, the PCI-e card has once again vanished from the Device Manager. (Yesterday's workaround still in place.) Well, it's forced me to give up getting this card to work in my Dell workstation to control the microscope camera. I've moved the USB 3.1 card to a Dell OptiPlex system (that only had USB 2.0 ports), where it seems to work fine for general use.Currently, I'm still looking for a solution to connect the microscope camera to the Dell workstation. I'm now investigating USB 3.x PCIe cards that do NOT rely on the ASMedia chipset.3Power support seems limited Not an engineer but purchased this product to use in my computer and directly connect with my cell phone. Data transfer is fast but I did notice that my phone thinks it's connected to a fast charger yet the phone battery gauge doesn't change. My observation is that while the phone is connected to a device capable of fast charging, but there isn't enough power charging the device. So while I was excited I was able to transfer files quickly, I am not charging the device very fast. 3Very SatisfiedPOSITIVESMade well, meets all expectations, and compatibility wasn't a problem, as my Mac Pro 5,1 (3.33) can be fussy with most USB3 and especially PCIe Express cards. This product is using a 16x lane.NEGATIVESWhile System Information definitely shows up as USB 3.1, the ASM1351 is reporting a maximum speed of 5 GB/Sec, consistent with the 3.0 standard.I am satisfied to have a working 3.0 standard that's compatible, but was hopeful that greater speeds would be available from a '3.1' rated card. I'm using a 'Plugable' Powered Dock that is 3.1 rated, powering a 7500rpm HDD.5Don't buy the 2 port USB-C card with ASM2142 chip for a PC. Bought two; both failedI bought two different USB-C port boards with the ASMedia ASM2142 chip (PU31-2C-2 USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) 2-Port Type-C) for my Dell XPS8700, a high end PC with 16 GB of RAM.The cards were guaranteed to work with Windows 10. One failed immediately, the second never worked at all.The first card worked for about two minutes. I then got a crazy error message--complete with a QR code--saying Windows had never seen this error before. My PC then uploaded a bunch of data to Microsoft and rebooted.The first card never worked again; I couldn't get it to recognize any of three different USB-C drives I have. I thought maybe it was a bad card, so I bought a second (identical) card. Instead of dying after two minutes, the second card never worked at all. I returned both Ableconn ASMedia ASM2142 cards.I then bought a four port card USB-C card from another manufacturer for $149. It works fine; I have had no issues with it.1This card works in Dell T5500! Wondering why USB-A benchmarks slower than USB-CThis card just works on my Win10Pro Dell T5500, that's what matters. Fulfills my need for faster than SATA2 speeds for external storage.My question is, and you should also wonder, why does my Samsung T5 benchmark slower over the USB-A connector than when connected to the USB-C connector?CrystalDiskMark Benchmarks average about 15% slower using T5 drive with its USB-C <-> USB-A cable <-> USB-A connector, compared to the T5 drive using its USB-C <-> USB-C <-> USB-C connector.I'll get the screenshots to you later, until then, know that this card works in my legacy workstation with just a small speed limit depending on which connector you are using.5
Ableconn Pusb31 P2 A Usb 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) 2 Port Type A Pci Express (Pc Ie) X4 Host Adapter Card

Ableconn Pusb31 P2 A Usb 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps) 2 Port Type A Pci Express (Pc Ie) X4 Host Adapter Card

4.0
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€78,00
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