Summary: Great card if you are running Windows 7 or 8. It does not support Windows 10 so you have to use the rather lame Microsoft drivers which make it , slow to connect, only connect at 10/100 speeds, drops connections etc on WIn 10. .
Summary: This card replaced a failed gigabit card. The previous card on the same port, same cable and same downstream networking hardware only pushes 75 megabytes per second instead of the full 125 that a gigabit card (and the previous card) should.
DON'T BUY IT IF YOU USE WINDOWS 10 (DRIVERS AREN'T SUPPORTED; IT WONT WORK)
Lewis Andrew, Amazon
18 June 2013
Summary: My MOBO came with network so I could use it, but my mother's rig could and it helped her networking capabilities increase. EDIT: Tried to use it in mine but the drivers aren't supported on windows 10; does not function!
Summary: The card itself was fine, the seller was fine - my issue was this card didn't have drivers for Windows 8. So all you Windows 8 users, do your homework on drivers. I had to send it back. Again the seller was fine.
Summary: Quality NIC based on appearance and reviews. Based on this and other site's ratings and Intel specs I purchased as a cheap option to add 2nd NIC to Dell Server T110 (Server 2008R2.) I had to return as the hardware caused immediate issues including BSOD and memory parity errors.