4 Port USB 3.0 PCI-e Card from Dynamode
Looking to move up and take advantage of up to ten times the speed of your existing USB2.0 devices? Want to add SuperSpeed™ peripherals but don’t have the necessary USB3.0 ports on your Computer?
Introducing the new Dynamode USB-4PCI-3.0 which is the latest in highperformance, fully certified, SuperSpeed USB3.0 PCI Express Interface Cards allowing compatible USB3.0 devices to communicate at up to 5Gbps and using a new, high-density design, allows x4 USB3.0 ports to exist. Ideal for compact Desktops, Media Centre’s and small-form factor Servers for example.
Using the latest VIA™ VL800 USB3.0 chipset, the Dynamode USB-4PCI-3.0 SuperSpeed™ USB3.0 Ports are fully backward compatible with existing USB2.0 Devices and any USB2.0 cables you may have. For added performance, both 32 and 64-bit Operating Systems are also supported so you can get the best performance out of your USB3.0 or USB2.0 devices.
Now there’s no easier and more cost-effective way in moving up to the fast lane of SuperSpeed™ USB3.0 connectivity!
Features • SuperSpeed™ USB3.0 ~ up to 5Gbps speeds
• x4 SuperSpeed™ USB3.0 Ports on riser bracket
• Fully backward compatible with USB2.0 and Cables
• Advanced VIA™ VL800 SuperSpeed™ chipset
• Plug n’ Play PCI Gen2 Express Ver 2.0 specification
• Reduced Power Consumption via advanced CMOS
• Supports LowSpeed, FullSpeed, HiSpeed & SuperSpeed™
• Accepts USB3.0 and USB2.0 Data Cables
• Integral ‘Molex’ Power Boost adapter for increased length
• Ideal for Microsoft™ Windows XP/Vista™/ 7™ (32/64-bit versions)
• Retail Packaging with Driver Disk
|Interface||PCIe 2.0 (x1)|
|External Connectors||4 x USB 3.0|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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