StarTech.com 2-Port 10GbE PCIe Network Adapter Card, Network Card for PCs/Servers, Six-Speed PCIe Ethernet Card with Jumbo Frame Support, NIC/LAN Interface Card, 10GBASE-T and NBASE-T (ST10GSPEXNDP2) 2 Port 10G
Model Number: ST10GSPEXNDP2
StarTech.com 2-Port 10GbE PCIe Network Adapter Card, Network Card for PCs/Servers, Six-Speed PCIe Ethernet Card with Jumbo Frame Support, NIC/LAN Interface Card, 10GBASE-T and NBASE-T (ST10GSPEXNDP2) 2 Port 10G is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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|Item model number
|14.48 x 1.52 x 6.35 cm; 113.4 Grams
|Item dimensions L x W x H
|14.5 x 1.5 x 6.4 Centimetres
|4.2 4.2 out of 5 stars334 ratings4.2 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#325,587 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #1,509 in Computer Networking Cards
|Date First Available
|Oct. 11 2022
|PCI Express x4
|Data link protocol
|Data transfer rate
|10 Gigabits Per Second
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I got this because I wanted to dual home a machine I use as a local server in my house, and that I also use to manage my network. Threw this in, configured it on the management network, and it works exactly as it should. No need for any kind of driver installation on win 10. Plugged it in and it worked flawlessly.
Great price, works are as advertised and easy to install. And passed the SpeedTest & sometimes exceeding the published rating. So yeah, 👍👍👍
I recently upgraded my internet to 8gb and realized my motherboard's ports are only 2.5. I came across this card while browsing and wrongly figured the higher price was justified in some way. This was not the case at all, I ran speed tests daily for about 2 months and all it would ever give me was 3.2 down. I caved and bought another card at half the price (the red one from A) and ever since I've been getting 8.1 down every test.
I had to return because the drivers were for Linux kernel 4 and would not build for Linux kernel 5. The chipset firmware nor device driver are being maintained.
Worked fine with some big transfers. Will complain if it goes wrong later. Nice to handle a tiny card without power cables. :-) When the other system isn't in use, I turn it off via the top corner (gnome) menu.