StarTech.com 2 Port PCI SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Adapter Card with SATA Power

Mfg. Part: PCIUSB3S22 | CDW Part: 2922194 | UNSPSC: 43201559
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  • Add 2 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to a computer through a PCI slot
  • Compatible with Dell OptiPlex 7010 / HP Compaq dc7800
  • 2 Port PCI USB 3.0 Adapter Card / PCI USB 3.0 Card Adapter
  • PCI USB 3.0 Controller / SATA Powered PCI USB 3.0 Card / USB 3.0 Expansion Card
  • Add Dual USB 3.0 Ports to a desktop PC / Connect USB 3.0 peripherals to a legacy PC through a PCI slot
  • Standard and Low Profile USB 3.0 PCI-X Card
  • Optional SATA Power for high power USB 3.0 devices such as external hard drives
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Main Features
  • Add 2 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to a computer through a PCI slot
  • Compatible with Dell OptiPlex 7010 / HP Compaq dc7800
  • 2 Port PCI USB 3.0 Adapter Card / PCI USB 3.0 Card Adapter
  • PCI USB 3.0 Controller / SATA Powered PCI USB 3.0 Card / USB 3.0 Expansion Card
  • Add Dual USB 3.0 Ports to a desktop PC / Connect USB 3.0 peripherals to a legacy PC through a PCI slot
  • Standard and Low Profile USB 3.0 PCI-X Card
  • Optional SATA Power for high power USB 3.0 devices such as external hard drives
Add 2 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to a computer through a PCI slot. The PCIUSB3S22 2-Port PCI to USB 3.0 Card enables you to connect USB 3.0 peripherals to a PC through a legacy PCI host bus, which doubles the data transfer speeds when used with USB 3.0 peripherals than would be possible with a USB 2.0 host connection - up to 1.3 Gbps (PCI bus limit).
The card features an optional SATA power connection, which enables each port to supply up to 900mA of power to USB 3.0 bus-powered devices.
By supporting a legacy (PCI) host connection, the card adds updated peripheral connectivity, without having to upgrade to a PCIe-equipped motherboard or rely on the backward compatibility of USB 3.0 peripherals.