Summary: Item works as designed. Upgraded a 5 year old Dell XPS8300 from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and started having dropped ethernet connections. I have a Broadcom network adapter on the Dell and a lot of people were having the same issue.
Summary: My onboard ethernet died after a lightning strike and I wanted the reliability of ethernet rather than a wifi card. The price of this was so good I expected problems. Even works great with windows 10.
Summary: Popped it in, installed the drivers and everything worked fine. Only a few minor problems that don't effect the score I'm on windows 7 and don't have a dvd drive hooked up on my computer (i never use one) so i had to download the drivers from the website but it wasn't easy to find.
Summary: Again, not sure if it was me doing something wrong, or the card having a hard time setting itself up. It works fine now, but screws its IP up every now and then after a reboot. It looks like I am the only one having issues with this, so I would still recommend getting it and chalk the issues up to...
Pros: Installs easily Plug n play LED speed indicators
Cons: Had some issues getting this thing recognized in my Fedora server, but then it just started working. Occasionally a reboot causes the IP address to be something completely out of any configuration. It is assigned a static IP from the dhcp server in the router. Not sure if this is because of this ...
Summary: This NIC works as advertised, but I took off one star because the included Windows 7 64-bit drives are _not_ Microsoft WHQL signed/certified, nor is the NIC natively supported by Windows 7 64-bit.