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- Intel 82541PI Gigabit Controller: Enhances high performance and reliability
- 10/100/1000 Mbps: Allows easy migration to faster networks as current 10/100 Mbps networks move to Gigabit
- Category-5 Cabling: Uses pre-existing 4-pair cabling and saves re-wiring cost
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- Brand Name: Intel
- Model Number: PWLA8391GT
- Hardware Platform: Pc
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Network Data Transfer Rate: 1000 Megabits Per Second
From the Manufacturer
- Simplify installation and maintenance with Intel SingleDriver technology
- High-performing, auto-negotiating 10/100/ 1000 connection
Top Customer Reviews
The majority of our older PC's couldn't support gigabit ethernet. We were using the old ethernet capability which came with the PC's (the integrated ethernet on the PC motherboard). These older PC's supported fast ethernet, which is slower than gigabit ethernet.
When looking for a new gigabit card to upgrade these PC's, my goal was not only gigabit speed, but also overall performance, then price.
There is no shortage of inexpensive ethernet cards, not only here at Amazon, but at other online stores (who shall remain unnamed :). Few had the high reviews of this intel ethernet NIC, and few seemed to claim performance enhancing technology.
The price for this card is slightly higher than other gigabit cards, but we have noticed a performance improvement even when using fast ethernet (the old ethernet). These cards can offload some of the overhead your PC CPU would normally handle. The result is an improved internet and LAN experience.
These are small PCI OEM cards. At first I thought they were missing status LED's as there were holes in the back where LED's usually sit. It turns out the LED's are flat on the card and shine through the holes in the metal on the back.
I downloaded drivers for this card from the intel.com website before installing them. It was necessary to have drivers for this card before switching over to it on Windows XP Home. Windows Vista immediately installed drivers on boot, as did the Windows 7 RC.
While I don't use Linux, this card has extensive Linux support, great Windows support, and is overall a well built ethernet device. I would purchase again in the future is new cards were needed.
Pros: Great performance, ease of installation, supports a great variety of operating systems, support for Gigabit.
Cons: Could be cheaper.
This card was installed on a ghz network, the machine is a p3 1.0 ghz & 1.0 gig ram - (I think that it's 800 fsb)
the only down side is the software that came with the card. It adds a routine to your boot sequence which adds time to your boot. I don't mind because this is not my main system but it might be an annoyance if this is your primary system.
Other than that this a worth while investment to increase transfer speeds.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Working as expected, nothing more, nothing less and great for the price.Published 26 days ago by Josh Aquino
Works great! Streaming much better than my old 100MB.Published 2 months ago by Sua Truong #1 Mortgage Broker in the Vietnamese Community, Commercial Broker Trainer
Hooks computers together. Particularly useful on your crappy old Windows PC when the motherboard-based NIC card takes a dump and suddenly it's stranded all alone, lifeless and not... Read morePublished 2 months ago by theosus
I installed this in a file server to make up for an on-MOBO Realtek NIC that was in deep sleep and simply would not wake up and play. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Doug
Installed one of these so that my PC can handle 150Mbps. Previously i could only manage 35mbps and the technician told me I needed a gigabit network card, so i chose Intel over... Read morePublished 3 months ago by HP
I was having trouble with my motherboard NIC at higher comcast speeds. It worked great out of the box on a PC running Win 10.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer