RGB works with my setup. Easy installation. No drivers, literally plug and play. Works just like a onboard NVMe.
- Works exactly like it says right out of the box - Works even for old hardware
-Fits well in my tiny prebuild mini atx case. -no cable needed for power from the psu
Inexpensive. Gen4 NVMe or Gen3 if you need higher capacity at a lower price. Leave the top cover off and use NVMe with built-in heat-sinks if you like (as I did). Up to 12GB/s Write and almost 17GB/s Read speed with just 3 NVMe Gen4 (for now), 4th drive to be added soon and performance will therefore improve. And YES, that's Gigabyte per Second!!! While AM4 (AM5?) and other platforms wait for Gen5 NVMe... even THAT won't be this fast, expansive or especially as inexpensive as THIS solution. 4TB of this performance level isn't even $900. What those platforms are waiting for in 2 more years from now, I'm already enjoying over a year ago.. and will continue to for at least another 5+.
Worked as advertised. I get full speed with my Oculus Quest v1 and it's link cable in remote desktop and steamvr. Good cheap solution for fixing what motherboard makers keep cheaping out on.
- clean, solid look and feel- 4 slots- easy install, easy instructions
Good Looks, Worked out the gate w\ no fuss or issues.
Worked in Linux. Works pre-boot and seen in the BIOS. Works with EFI Windows PE's. Works for cloning. It's not hot swappable but that's how PCI-E works and there are USB 3.0 adapters similar to this. Unlike those though, this one actually works and works in a wide array of scenarios.
- Very easy to install
Works as advertised to keep an old video capture option alive
I wrote a review stating it did not work on my computer and caused my machine to go down. I understand not every card can work on every computer. That is something that happens in the computer world. "This company contacted me after I asked for a refund within one day and told me to keep the card and they would refund the full amount. They were very sorry the card did not work. It takes a great company to respond that fast and want to make it right.
- Has the ability to use 4 PCIe lanes for the extra bandwidth for 10 drives but works with one if your slot is open-ended and you don't need the bandwidth - Comes with all the cables you need. I didn't know molex to sata splitters came in 1 to 5 cables, so I was really excited about that. I haven't tried powering 5 hard drives off of one molex, but it works fine for 5 SSDs. - Looks nice with the black bracket
Easy to setup, very fast and reliable.
I use it on a Linux system, no complaints running from several distributions, e.g. Arch, Debian, Manjaro No complaints.
- 7 ports. The internal port may seem kind of useless to some. However I have an ASUS X58 chipset board and those do not have a TPM. So, in order to enable Bitlocker, you need to create a "key" USB stick. This stick has to always be in the machine to boot to windows. Now that USB stick no longer takes up a port on the back of the PC. - FAST. Performing an Acronis image backup of 500GB now takes ~2 hours instead of 5.5. These backups are written to 2TB WD MyBook USB 3.0 drives. It would be even faster if I could ever convince management that mechanical drives are not the best answer... File copies from USB 3.0 stick to USB 3.0 stick of ~64GB (lab data, small files) takes about 2 minutes now. - Price. For what this card does in this environment (small research lab, no real data-center), the price was right on point.
Easy to install on an Asus P755D MBD. running Windows 7 64 bit. Windows asks for the drivers, just run the disk. I already had 2 USB 3.0 needed more and this card works. Same speed as the on board USB 3.0