- Expansion of 4 ports USB 3. 0 connections; No additional power supply for normal recognition and operation needed anymore, fast and easy installation, keeps your Mac Pro case tidy
- Compatible with Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10. Windows 10 and Mac 10.8.2 and more latest systems are built with a driver inherently. Windows systems earlier than Windows 10 and Mac OS earlier than Mac 10.8.2 require installing a driver in CD
- With easy installation, simple solution for your Mac Pro. Enjoy copying videos, music, photos, data files between USB devices and the computer at blazing fast speeds
- SuperSpeed USB 3. 0 supports transfer rates of up to 5Gbps - The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected
- Package: 1x USB3. 0 PCI-E Expansion Card; 1x CD Driver; 1x User's Manual
Due to frequently updated drivers, please download the latest version on our official website Inateck to enhance your using experience
Features - No additional power supply for normal recognition and operation needed anymore, optimised board plane architecture, fast and easy installation, keeps your Mac Pro case tidy - With quick and easy installation, this PCI Express card expands your Mac Pro by four high-speed USB3.0 interfaces, offers a simple solution for connecting to USB 3.0 devices from your Mac Pro - Support UASP: 70% Faster than traditional USB 3.0 with UASP. The UASP Transfer Protocol only can accelerate read and write speed of SSD hard disk.
Supported Operating Systems Compatible with Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10. Windows 10 and Mac 10.8.2 and more latest systems are built with a driver inherently. Windows systems earlier than Windows 10 require installing a driver in CD
Power Usage Alerts -For stable operation, do not connect it to more than two high power-consuming devices, such as 1 TB hard drive. -For Mac OS users, the devices on the PCI-E card will disconnect if the computer goes into sleep. -This USB 3.0 express card is not meant to serve as a stand-alone charger.
If the card doesn't work properly from the start, you may try out the following steps Step 1: de- and reattach the devices to bee recognised, so the system can try another recognition search. Step 2: Augment with the optional power supply, so an automatic search can be retried. Step 3: Check the PCI-E socket on the main board for possible faults. Step 4: Try out another Mac Pro, if available, to determine the card's general functionality.
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