Summary: POS! Internal NIC card went so I replaced it with this one. What a disappointment. I can only get 10Mbps at half duplex! I've been waiting for 3 days for TP-Link tech support to give me a solution. They contacted me with a list of things to try and none of them worked.
Summary: If you can tell the quality of a product by it's name, then the TP in TP-LINK must stand for toilet paper. I bought this card to replace my motherboard's broken LAN port and this piece of excrement held up for a solid month before failing. I'd give this negative stars if I could.
Summary: Order this PCI card and received it in a timely manner. I found the card did not fit in the computer slot which was a week after the return time allowed. But company offered no options. So make sure you order the right thing and have the part put on within the return period.
Summary: Plug-n-play installation in a openSUSE 12.3 x64 PC; the OS sees it as Realtek. Very good price for a network adapter. EDIT: Well, you get what you pay for! Had a bunch of network-related issues and after all kind of things tried found out the culprit is this adapter.
Summary: This board has no WOL support. Come on -- this is the 21st Century! Who in the world makes a gigabit ethernet card that doesn't support Wake-On-Lan? Unfortunately, the answer is TP-Link. Even the El Cheapo cards by Rosewill support WOL, but this card doesn't.
Pros: Realtek 8169 controller is widely supported. 4 status led: Duplex, 10, 100, 1000
Summary: Should have spent the extra $5 and got a Linksys or D-Link NIC card!
Pros: Good price for a gig network card
Cons: From day 1, the drivers they provide for Windows 7 Ultimate do not work. Upon boot up, get the yellow exclamation mark on my network connection. Need to go into network options, disable the NIC card and then re-enable it to get it to connect to my router and get an IP. Called and emailed TP-Link ...