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. Now I buy a $10 card stick it in the computer and we're good to go.
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 fan. This fit perfectly and has performed well. Just be sure to disable the onboard NIC in the BIOS before installing.
Summary: The network card increased my internal network transfer speed from 2MB/sec to 68MB/sec. I love the speed. However, it also caused my HP Pavilion PC to not be able to hibernate and sleep properly - not one second after finishing either mode, the PC wakes up and goes back to full power on mode. When I disconnected the network connection to this card, the Hibernate/Sleep mode functioned correctly.
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: I run Windows 8.1 and this little device couldn't have been easier to install. All I did was pop it into place, screw it in, and turn on my PC. Plugged in my ethernet cord and 3 seconds later, I'm getting perfect results from Speed Test. For the money, you can't beat it. I use this on an ASUS Z87-PRO motherboard. Lightning struck a nearby house and it traveled through the digital cable line into my home. It bricked my modem and fried the ethernet port on my motherboard.
Summary: Great product and the easiest thing i ever installed on my computer. Simple instructions and it worked as soon as i plugged my internet into it. Fast! Replaced the on board network adapter that went bad on my dell XPS8300. No more connection issues.
Summary: So far working perfectly. v2 using the TP Link drivers with Windows 8.1. My Killer E2200 NIC kept dropping connection every 30 minutes on average forcing regular reboots. Installed the TP Link TG 3468 v2 and was up and going in about 15 minutes. So far not one drop connection in 24 hours. Thanks amazon Prime for delivery within 20 hours of placing order. UPADTE; 7 days now and no more connectivity issues.
Summary: I upgraded our home computers from windows 7 to windows 8.1 and also upgraded from USB 2.0 to USB 3.0. The only thing left was to upgrade our network card from 10/100 to 1GB. After much research I decided to go with "TP-Link 32-bit Gigabit PCIE Network Adapter TG-3468", glad I did! Just plugged it in and it worked fine, windows 8.1 automatically installed the drivers and it has been working GREAT!