ORICO SuperSpeed 5.0Gbps USB 3.0 2 - Ports PCI - Express Card , Mini PCI – E USB 3.0 HUB Controller Adapter , Black PCI Edition For PC / Windows Linux 2 Port Outside & USB 3.0 20 PIN inside
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- With a easy and quick installation, you can 2 USB 3.0 ports add 1 internal USB 3.0 20-PIN connector to your desktop
- Fit for PCI-e X1, X2, X8, X16 slot.
- Easily Powering with 4Pin IDE/ATA Power Supply with Power Management Unit & All-Solid Capacitor provides a Reliable Connection
- Compatible With Windows XP / 7 / Vista / 8 / 8.1 / server 2003 / server 2008
- 12 months warranty and life-time technical support provided by ORICO
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ORICO 3 Ports USB 3.0 PCI-e express card(include 1 internal USB3.0 20-pin port) equipped with the Latest USB 3.0 chipset VIA VL805 offers a reliable and great performance, USB 3.0 transfer rates up to 5Gbps, 10 times faster than USB 2.0. backwards compatible with USB 2.0/1.1
With a easy and quick installation you can add 2 Super-Speed USB 3.0 port and 1 internal USB 3.0 20-PIN ports to your desktop.Plug and play.Support USB device include: USB flash drive,digital camera, hard drive,card reader, Mp3, Mp4, webcam, keyboard, mouse, printer, monitor, tablet, cell phone,etc.
Please Note this card requires 5V 4-PIN power supply from your computer,This is necessary to ensure sufficient power supply and smooth transfers, particularly for large data transfers from hard drive disks.
Please Note this card do not support Mac OX OS,for Mac User you could choose ORICO PME-4U or ORICO PME-2U.
12 months Warranty and free life-time Technical support provided by ORICO Technologies Co.,LTD
Specification & Compatibility
- USB 3.0 transfer rates up to 5Gbps, The actual speeds limited by connected device's settings.
- Supported system include: Windows Me / Windows 98 / Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1
- Fit Any PCI Express x1,x4, x8,x16 Slot
- Product weight: 70g
What's in the Box
1 x ORICO 3 ports USB 3.0 PCI-e express card
1 x Driver CD
1 x User's Manual
1 x Warranty Card
1xORICO USB 3.0 PCI-e Express card
1x User's manual
1x warranty card
Top customer reviews
This card was a perfect fit for my Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 motherboard.
Despite being supplied with a low profile adapter, the power connector means that it is unlikely to be of much use in a low-profile case. On the other hand, the power-connector's placement is perfect for my requirements.
As an added bonus it comes with a black face-plate, which matches the current trend for black cases.
The chip is a standard Via USB 3 controller, as with any device you install, download the latest drivers from their web-site.
I'm well pleased.
So I recommend this drive....With one proviso. The power connector is stupidly situated at the top of the card. This makes absolutely no difference if you are using a full size desktop case. However if you have a slimline case it is very likely that there will not be enough space to fit the plug and still put the case back together. I got around this by making a modified plug, cutting the (molex) plug down to make it fit. if you have a very compact case this will not be possible. However you could get around this by soldering a new socket on the back of the pci card. I would not recommend any of this to the less experienced.
For that reason I returned for a quick refund.
If you are buying to use in a Windows PC I expect it will work fine with a molex cable depending on your motherboard?
The manufacturers are missing a trick with this one and should supply better instructions and the correct cable with their product to Mac buyers who aren't always that technical and just want something tha plugs in and works.
Under Windows 7 (SP1) half the port would vanish at random (under device manager it would be the USB 3.0 root hub keeps on doing a vanishing act), and when I got those ports working and plugged in a usb 3.0 flash drive I got a BSD.
The Hardware issue was with a Seagate usb 3.0 2 gig external harddrive which on boot-up you could see it under Windows 7 (SP1), but if you did a reset (without a power down) the external drive is gone until you unplugged and plugged in the psu to external harddrive.
Important note: When I replaced the card with one that uses an NEC chip, all problems gone for good.