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I have a customer looking for a FAST NIC CARD.

By RICHARDVARGAS ·
my customer is looking for a NIC card PCI-EXPRESS - the best and faster on this line of NIC cards.

He tried the NIC card part No: EXPI 9402PT
But he says it has to be a faster and better NIC card than this one.

Can someone point me on the right direction on what the part number for this better NIC card.
and where I can find it.

If I can find the right card, I can pay you up to $50 for the information.


thanks,


RICHARD VARGAS
Richard.Vargas.2@hotmail.com
(978)549-3395

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For what purpose?

by Churdoo In reply to I have a customer looking ...

Will this NIC be used for networking or for iSCSI storage for example? They may need a TOE card (TCP Offload Engine), depending. Also consider what kind of machine or server it's going into -- if a name brand server then check the server options (akin to HP Quickspecs for an HP server for example) and compare the NIC's and TOE cards available to assist with the decision-making process.

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And besides the above information

by OH Smeg In reply to I have a customer looking ...

If there is a On Board LAN Socket you need to use the same type of NIC Card. So if there is a 100 MBS Socket on the M'Board you need to use a 10/100 T Base NIC Card. If you attempt to fit a Gigabyte NIC Card it's going to cause the hardware to lock up and not work.

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I have a customer looking for a FAST NIC CARD

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