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Intel EXPI9301CTBLK Gigabit Pro PCI Express Gigabit Network Card OEM

1 Port Intel Gigabit PRO 1000CT PCI-e Desktop Network Adapter - OEM

Scan code: LN41345 Manufacturer code: EXPI9301CTBLK Request call
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Product Overview For PCs with PCI Express (PCIe*) slots, the Intel® Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter offers the newest technology for maximizing system performance and increasing end-user productivity.

Specifically, the Intel Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter uses auto-negotiation to ensure the adapter runs at the highest available network speed (10, 100, or 1000 Mbps), and it maintains full bandwidth capacity with the dedicated bandwidth of a PCI Express input/output (I/O) bus to provide connectivity you can count on.

Based on the low-power Intel® 82574L Gigabit Ethernet Controller, this desktop adapter offers optimal performance in a low-cost, low-power, compact profile. Teaming support and an array of other advanced features enable customers to utilize this adapter as an entry-level server adapter as well.

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