Xclio 2 Port +1 Internal USB3.0 PCIe Adaptor + Internal USB Header Molex Power
2 Port Xclio 2PPCIEU3+1 Internal USB3.0 PCI/PCIe Adaptor with Internal USB3.0 Header Molex Power
By DPD On 30th Nov To 4th Dec
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2-Port USB 3.0 PCI/PCI Express Adapter with Internal USB 3 Connector
External 2 Port USB 3.0 SuperSpeed 5Gbps in Low Profile PCIe Host Adapter to support all kind of 5Gbps, 480Mbps, 12Mbps and 1.5Mbps USB Devices!
Plus Internal USB3.0 Header and Molex Power.
• Mini PCIe Form Factor
• Supports PCIe 1.0 and PCIe 2.0 motherboard
• Compliant with Universal Serial Bus 3.0 Specification Revision 1.4
• Compliant with Intel eXtensible Host Controller Interface (xHCI) Specification 0.95
• 20 Pin USB 3.0 connectors (USB3 ICC) on board
• All USB ports can handle SuperSpeed (5 Gbps), HighSpeed (480 Mbps), FullSpeed (12 Mbps), and LowSpeed (1.5 Mbps) transaction
• Support any USB3.0, USB2.0 and USB1.1 devices
• Compliant with PCI Express Specification 2.0
• Support 900mA 5V USB bus power
• Fully RoHS compliant
|Internal Connectors||1 x USB 3.0 Header|
|External Connectors||2 x USB 3.0|
|Power Connector||1 x 4pin Power|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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Date Issued: 29th Jun 2010
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