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1. Using USB3.0 association for NEC's main control chip, this riser card can also supports third-generation product uPD720201 4-port main control.
2. Expansion card can support the expansion card for LINUX system, which is practical.
3. No need to plug in external SATA interface when using, such expansion card can work normally.
4. Such expansion card uses 5 high-performance solid capacitors, which greatly keeps stability of the USB power supply.
5. Riser card supports USB hot plug function, and its built-in SATA can enhance power-on interface.
Item Type: Expansion Card
Adopt Master Control: Renesas uPD720201
Support Interface: PCI-E 1X 4X 8X 16X
Support System: For Windows XP / 2003 / Vista / win7 / win8 / 10.8 / Win10 32-bit / 64-bit / Linux or above systems.
Compliant with PCI-Express specification version 2.0
Compliant with USB3.0 SuperSpeed specification version 1.0
Compliant with xHCI specification version 1.0
Main Control Chip: Renesas uPD720201 chipset
Highest Transmission Rate: Up to 5Gbps, much higher than the 480Mb / s of USB2.0, up to 10 times;
Backward Compatibility: USB2.0, USB1.1, USB1.0
Transmission Rate: 5000/480/12 / 1.5Mbps
USB Power Output: Up to 5V 2A (increased current type)
Built-in SATA: Enhanced power-on interface
Support: USB hot plug function
1 x Expansion Card1 x Compact Disk
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