|Item model number||KTU3FR-4P|
|Item Weight||1.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.7 x 2.8 x 0.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.72 x 2.76 x 0.71 inches|
|Color||4*USB 3.0 for Windows|
Inateck Superspeed 4 Ports PCI-E to USB 3.0 Expansion Card - Interface USB 3.0 4-Port Express Card Desktop with 15 Pin SATA Power Connector, [ Include with A 4pin to 2x15pin Cable + A 15pin to 2x 15pin SATA Y-Cable ]
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- SuperSpeed USB 3.0: Supports transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps.
- Fantastic Compatibility: Works great with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10.
- Easy to Install: With quick and easy installation, all the USB 3.0 PCI-E cards requires are an external connection to the power supply of the PC.
- Energy Saver: Support LPM, Low Energy Consumption; 15 pin SATA Power Connector to power USB devices from your PC power supply.
- Backwards Compatible: Works great with USB 2.0 and 1.1 devices.Supports USB Hot Plug, Plug and Play.
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|Item Dimensions||2.76 x 4.72 x 0.71 in||5.28 x 5.83 x 1.26 in||5.51 x 8.27 x 1.5 in||3.3 x 4.8 x 0.8 in||5.6 x 8 x 1.4 in||2.95 x 4.72 x 0.71 in|
1.Free Upgrade Support: Keep up to date! Download the latest drivers for free from the official Inateck website.
2.Installation: Please go to the Inateck Website to view the PCI-E Card Installation Video.
3.Please be aware that the computer cannot be booted from the USB drives connected to the PCI-E card.
4.To ensure the PCI Express Card works properly, please first connect the PCI Express Card to your PC's power supply.
1) If your PC's power supply unit has only free 4 pin Molex plugs left, please power the card using the enclosed 4 pin Molex to SATA converter. Please make sure the power cable strand colors match each other when connecting to the power augmentation to avoid a faulty current.
2) If there is no free 15 pin SATA plug available in your PC, please use the enclosed 15 pin to 2x 15 pin SATA Y-cable.
3) Aggregate transfer speed up to 500 MB/s (500 MB/s in total for the whole). For Oculus Rift users, it is recommended to purchase two PCI-E cards for multiple sensors.
PCI Express Expansion Card with 4 USB 3.0 Ports: With quick and easy installation, this PCI Express card expands your PC by four high-speed USB 3.0 interfaces.
Support UASP: 70% faster than traditional USB 3.0 with UASP. The UASP Transfer Protocol accelerates the read and write speed of the SSD hard disk.
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 (with included drivers).
Windows 8/10 - No additional drivers are needed for Win8/10 and it has built-in support for the FL1100 chipset.
1x USB3.0 PCI-E expansion card
1x CD Driver
1x Mounting screw
1x User Manual
1x 4pin to 2x15pin cable (the cable in older computers without 15pin SATA power connector is used to 4pin convert Molex to SATA ports)
1x 15pin to 2x 15pin SATA Y-cable
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Youtube has videos of UK reviewers running speed test programs to show how fast the cards 3.0 ports are. This means nothing to me because it does not tell me how long it would take to transfer big files. I installed the drivers and ran real world tests. I copied six files with a total size of 5.54 GB from a USB 2.0 to a 2.0 drive, with a 23:17 min. transfer time. I copied the same files from the cards 3.0 port with a one meter 3.0 extension cable to a 3.0 drive, with a 2:10 min. transfer time. I transferred a 97.1 GB file with the same 3.0 setup with a 47:37 min. transfer time. This was in preparation for moving from Windows XP to Windows 7, which I did the following day.
The card does have one problem. It did not show that my new 3.0 drive was connected, so I plugged the drive into a 2.0 port and it was now listed on my computer as being drive J. I then plugged back into the 3.0 port and the portable drive was now on my computer but listed as being the 2.0 drive J. I can not power down the drive to properly disconnect the drive, I have to shut down the computer first and then remove the drive. I hoped that this was just a quirk with XP, but it is still a problem after I installed Windows 7 with the most current drivers. I will contact Inateck support to see if they have a solution for this problem and post an update.
I am very pleased with this cards performance and suggest that everyone make the 3.0 upgrade, this is the system that current products are using and it will make your life easier.
March 17, 2014 update
What I thought was a problem is not really a problem. My computer still lists the 3.0 ports as being drive J, but after clicking Safely Remove Hardware and eject media at the lower right part of the task bar, you are given the option to disable the drive even if it is labeled incorrectly. Clicking the listed drive seems to disable the drive, it is no longer listed as an available drive and a message tells you that you can safely remove the drive now. It does not shut off the power light on the drive like it did in XP and this still gives me some concern. I did like the added reassurance of the power light going out to let me know that I could remove the drive.
2) Took 20 minutes to install and make the connections(power cables supplied!)
3) Turned the PC on and installed the CD
4) Windows searched for their Drivers while Inateck drivers were being installed
5) Everything was up and running in 10 minutes and now my external drives just scream when I am moving photos around!
This is the third Inateck product I have and they all work excellent for me!
By the way the directions are very easy to follow.....
Pros: Good Size, Works Great, Externally Powered (or rather powered by the same connection that your SATA harddrives use. My favorite about it is that it has a little notch on the inside or the side that plugs into the motherboard. This allowed the wires that I have running from my video card to travel through the notch. Not sure if that was a technical necessity, idea or what but it was a hiccupless experience. It also came with the adapters from the old standard power component connectors to the new Sata standard.
Cons: Its not USB 4.0 which will hopefully one day when invented allow us to have external harddrives so we can use our device anywhere xD