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Load image into Gallery viewer, Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset
Load image into Gallery viewer, Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset
Load image into Gallery viewer, Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset
Load image into Gallery viewer, Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset
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Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset

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Description

  • Complies with PCI-E Revision 1.1
  • Mini PCI-E with transfer rate 2.5GB/s full duplex Channel
  • A high performance 1000baset-t Ethernet controller card
  • Backward compatible to 10/100baset-t networking
  • 10/100/1000Mbps data rate auto negotiation operation
  • Complies with PCI-e Revision 1.1
  • Mini PCI-e with Transfer Rate 2.5Gb/s Full Duplex Channel
  • A High Performance 1000BASE-T Ethernet Controller Card
  • Backward Compatible to 10/100BASE-T Networking
  • 10/100/1000Mbps Data Rate Auto Negotiation Operation
  • Compatible to Existing CAT-5 UTP Cabling
  • Supports Jumbo Frame to 9K Bytes
  • Fully Compliant with IEEE 802.1P Layer 2 Priority Encoding

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Customer Reviews

Perfect for IPfire or pfSense From the description I expected to receive a full size Mini PCI-e card, but this is actually a Half Mini PCI-e card.I purchased this for a cheap Dell FX160 to add a second ethernet adapter so I can use the computer as a router/firewall. It has worked so far with IPFire and pfSense 2.1.So far it has been working flawlessly for almost a month. It was immediately recognized in Ubuntu but I have not tried it with any version of Windows.UPDATE: At first I could not get this to work with pfSense. It seemed to recognize the adapter but after setup I was unable to connect to it.Due to another user's comment I decided to try it one more time and it is now working perfectly with pfSense 2.1! 4Perfect for SYSTEM disks RAID as well for any other additional RAID. Works right after plugged in. Was worried, because I had another RAID controller in another PCI slot for any conflict. But there was no issues at all. Installation was easy. Fit perfectly. Construction is very good. Was surprised to see such a tiny package delivering addition 2 SATA 3 ports with RAID capabilities.No boot issues on Gigabyte mini-ITX B75 board.It is driving SYSTEM drive (RAID 1). 5Struggled to make it work for the first time. First when I connected pins of mini PCIe to Ethernet jack, it did not work for me, I tried different positions 2 or 3 more times and then it worked. I don't know if it was a positioning issue or weather the contacts had some stuff on it and removing and connecting pins removed this stuff from contact points. Anyway, if this does not work for the first time, try couple more times. After this I have never had a issue with this item. 4Card works great, but just remember these four very important things! Most importantly, if you can work thorugh some issues with this card, it works great. It was readily recognized properly by various Linux distros that I tried it with. It's USB speeds seemed really good too. I used this to add USB 3.0 to my Mini ITX build.HOWEVER, JUST REMEMBER THESE FOUR SIGNIFICANT CONSIDERATION FOR USING THIS CARD:1. It requires power. I had to salvage an old floppy drive power connector from an old unit and integrate it into the wiring harness on my PC.2. You may have potential clearance issues with the card once the aforementioned floppy drive power cable is attached. On my particular motherboard, the floppy drive power connector's wires had to be doubled back onto the power connector and zip tied down tight in order to keep it from rubbing the cpu heatsink. See accompanying picture.3. The pins that solder the power pins to the card are too long. The soldered pins protrude so much out of the bottom of the card that you'll likely find it very hard to tighten the mounting screws down without cracking the card's pcb board and/or having the pins dig into your motherboard. I caught this problem and used wire cutters to trim the pins way down. Everything fit much better then. This issue is what solely detracted two stars from this review...4. The set of cables that comes with this card are a little over 32 inches long. That's REALLY long and a lot of extra cable if you're putting these in a small desktop computer or Mini ITX build. I had to order a much shorter separate cable for my build.. 3Sloppily built, but functional. Don't go installing it to fast without checking MB clearances though! This works as advertised, but the primary complaint I have is that in the unit's construction. Specifically that the FDD power header protrudes far enough on the bottom of the board to prevent the unit from being properly mounted to the screw hole. ie. those pins push against the MB, and when you tighten the screw, they are forced into the surface of the MB (NOT a good thing!!!).Frankly, I took a file, and filed them so the board would be able to be screwed into place without damaging the MB. Obviously this issue may not apply to you, but if you are using this in a tight space with a 'standard' height pcie mini header, be prepared to modify the part to prevent potentially disastrous damage! 3This board functioned just fine under Debian Jessie This board functioned just fine under Debian Jessie, but the location of the jacks made it impossible to use in the Wind PC case, even with the lowest-profile SATA cables I could find. Keeping it on hand for other use. 4Awesome little card ( Syba 2 Port SATA III Mini PCIe Card) (Syba 2 Port SATA III Mini PCIe Card)Plugged right into my Intel Desktop Board D510MO and worked without a hitch. My motherboard only had 2x sata2, so adding 2x sata3 worked perfect for me allowing me to add an SSD and 3x 3TB drives for my low watt home server. Could not be happier. Will edit if this card fails. 5Works well, though may be difficult to fit in ultra compact systems Works, pretty simple. My only complaint is that the Dupont 10-pin connector sticking straight out the top of the mini PCI-e card can get in the way on low-profile systems. I used this in a Dell Optiplex 790 USFF for a second LAN. Strictly speaking it didn't "fit" so I created a longer cable with some CAT 6 twisted pairs and ran it out the back through the wifi antenna cutout, but I made it work.Windows drivers work great, and I believe this is also handily recognized by recent updates of Linux and FreeBSD (I am also thinking of using this for a PFSense router, I'll update if I run into any compatibility issues). 4Worked great on my Intel Atom-based Pico-ITX board (https Worked great on my Intel Atom-based Pico-ITX board (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OY8YRGW) running Linux (Debian 8 "Jessie"). Didn't even have to pull down any new packages from apt-get, worked out of the box. The chip is just a Realtek RTL8168, which is very common and fully supported by most (probably all) modern Linux distros without having to compile anything yourself. Speed tested with some simple benchmarks the same as the onboard chip on my board, which is also a Realtek gigabit and probably is pretty much the same.Build quality seems fine, we'll see if it stands the test of time but I don't see any red flags. At least on my Pico-ITX board, the pins on this card don't get anywhere near touching anything they shouldn't like some reviewers mentioned, but obviously your mileage may vary.This is especially handy because in the embedded space it isn't always easy to find a reasonably priced board with dual ethernet, but a lot of them have Mini-PCIe now. Will update if I run into any problems. 5Dead in my system No response when installed in my Foxconn NT-330i. Nothing posted during bios. No change in output from lspci -vv under Ubuntu 13.10 and 12.04. A replacement card behaved the same.Syba support responded quickly but unhelpfully stating:If this device does not work in the system it may not be supported by the OS.We recommend returning the device to the reseller for a refund.The NT-330i is equipped with the NVidia MCP79 PCI Express Bridge and should have a full fledged mini-PCIe slot (I've only tested with different wifi cards). 1
Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset

Syba Gigabit Ethernet Mini PCI Express PCI-E Network Controller Card 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 LAN NIC Card RTL8168C chipset

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€62,00
Sale price
€62,00
Regular price
€102,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€40,00)