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TP-link TG-3269
8.9 out of 10

TP-link TG-3269

TG-3269 is a 10/100/1000Mbps, 32-bit 33/66MHz PCI-bus Gigabit Et Read more

Great Deal: $9.99

Reviews and Problems with TP-link TG-3269

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User Review

David A., Newegg
3 weeks ago
  • Pros: Great price and worked with Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu on a dual boot system without a hassle.
  • Cons: none
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Excellent Buy

Stephen Y., Newegg
11 February 2015
  • Summary: Painless installation.
  • Pros: Cheap replacement for when lightning took out the Network Adapter on my wifes mother board. Had bought a wireless adapter (not from Newegg). The wireless version was spotty at best and lead to endless complaints from my loving wife. This card has operated in a flawless fashion since I installed i...
  • Cons: None
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Five Stars

Jimmy Riera, Amazon
17 January 2015
  • Summary: Excellent footwear, comfortable, soft, with the quality of the product
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excellent replacement ethernet card

Guy Lombardo "Guy VanDell", Amazon
20 December 2014
  • Summary: I have about purchased about 10 of these now. I end up buying refurbished computers for my office better one or two years out of lease but apparently the ethernet card and then goes out very quickly. Previously I was spending 1 to 2 hours troubleshooting the problem.
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Great way to go and inexpensive

JOSEPH P SMETONA, Amazon
14 December 2014
  • Summary: Great way to go and inexpensive. My original FIOS package came with a 10/100 router that I replaced with a 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) router. The best way to go would be to get this Gigabit card made for a PCIe bus, but my only PCIe socket is already used for an ATI graphics card.
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Works great

David M., Newegg
6 December 2014
  • Summary: Gotta love those Black Friday deals!
  • Pros: Works in Linux (Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 32-bit) with no tweaks necessary. I did not use the included CD for any drivers. The machine is an IBM 8133 desktop. dmesg | grep hinted at gigabit working and a simple large file transfer confirmed gigabit speed. I bought this because the IBM 8133's built-in gi...
  • Cons: No cons, so far
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Great replacement for Dell XPS

Marcus Epperly "Technologically Evolved", Amazon
5 December 2014
  • Summary: Extremely small, which is what I needed for my cramped PC case. I have a Dell XPS 8300 with an EVGA GTX660 SC video card. The onboard NIC failed (which is a common problem on these models) so I needed something small enough to fit below my video card, and short enough to not have an effect on it's...
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Works Like it should

Troy V., Newegg
24 November 2014
  • Summary: I originally got this to run OS X on my hackintosh. ;) It does not work very well with Yosemite so I decided to go back to windows and I then installed the card on my wifi only server to make it hard lined.
  • Pros: It gets the job done. Firm and well built.
  • Cons: Only 11mb/s file transfer speeds with smb on a Gigabit link.
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Great compatibility with Pfsense! Comes with low profile AND standard profile brackets!

Derek Castillo, Amazon
24 November 2014
  • Summary: I built a custom Pfsense box and used one of these for the WAN port. Plug-and-play functionality. No drivers or software installation necessary. I installed it and it worked right out of the box. i didn't even have to configure anything in Pfsense.
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Good card

Phillip S., Newegg
26 October 2014
  • Summary: I got this to replace a 10/100 that was built into an older pc that I'm using as a file server. I can copy files from it to my main pc at approximately 87MB per second with the new NIC
  • Pros: works exactly as you'd expect windows 7 automatically installs the drivers
  • Cons: none so far
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