Pros: Works with Windows 2012, price, gigabit connection.
Cons: The only con I have for this adapter is that once the card was seated in the pcie socket the mounting bracket didn't reach the back of the computer case so the slot for the mounting screw didn't line up. I had to bend the bracket a little to get it to line up.
it would have better to take throw it out the windows on a ...
31 August 2014
Summary: it did not work., sent it back charge me 20 percent re-stocking fee . on something that did not wok to begin with. it would have better to take my money and throw it out the windows on a busy highway
Summary: We received the Intel I350 T2 nic in two days by way of FedEx. The product was in the clear plastic Intel clam shell and that was in a FedEx bubble wrap envelope. The card was brand new and never used.
Summary: Not sure what "Disgruntled" is talking about when he says this adapter is "NOT compatible with DELL." I installed this NIC in a Dell PowerEdge R520 server and had no issues whatsoever. And to add to that if you go to Dell's website and configure a R series server, this card is listed as an option.
Pros: Intel PROSet software allows teaming. Set this card up as a teamed NIC on a Cisco SG500-28 switch. Setup the two ports on the SG500 as a dynamic LAG (LACP enabled) and then set the two ports on the I350-2 in IEEE 802.3ad Dynamic Link Aggregation mode. Worked flawlessly out of the gate. Major impr...
Pros: Works fine, on my ASRock Z68 Professional Gen3 motherboard. Excellent throughput, ESXi 5.5 installer recognized it without incident, and listed on VMware Hardware Compatibility Guide. Seems to run cool as well.
Cons: None noted thus far, but didn't really try to get I/OAT working yet, although that is not something I currently require.