• StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
  • StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
  • StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
  • StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
  • StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)
StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)

StarTech.com 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet - Fits Standard & Low-Profile PCs - UASP Supported - Optional SATA Power (PEXUSB3S3GE)

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  • Running low on expansion slots? Merge USB 3.0 and GbE into a single PCIe combo card
  • 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet
  • Installation flexibility to fit standard & low-profile PCs
  • Frees up a PCIe slot by consolidating 3x USB 3.0 & 1x Gigabit Ethernet into a single card
  • UASP Support
  • Optional SATA Power
  • Save money and connect existing devices with USB 2.0 and 1.x backward compatibility
  • USB 3 with Network Adapter Card

Customer Reviews

Awesome having both powered USB 3.0 and Ethernet all on one card This is a really excellent card. I replaced an Intel Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter card that only provided a single RJ-45 port with the StarTech because I needed powered USB 3.0 ports in order to get a new monitor with accompanying soundbar working. The card is powered using a SATA cable. It provides power to the card, which in turn powers the USB 3.0 ports up to 900mA per port.I connected my monitor to one of the USB 3.0 ports using an uplink cable in order to power all of the USB ports on the monitor. The soundbar is connected to one of the monitor's USB 3.0 ports. An HDMI connection from my video card to the monitor provides both audio and video. The soundbar is my default audio device, which works great with this setup.I also bought a 1 TB Western Digital USB 3.0 external drive that I connect to the StarTech card as well and it works great. Having both USB 3.0 ports that are fully powered along with an RJ-45 port for Ethernet all on one card is definitely convenient.My computer, a Dell Dimension E510, is running Windows 7 Home Premium so it didn't install drivers automatically via plug and play. I didn't bother with the drivers that came with the card. I instead downloaded the latest drivers from StarTech's web site. I installed the USB 3.0 driver first, then the Ethernet driver. As soon as the drivers were installed everything worked. No rebooting required.The only caveat is with the orientation of the USB 3.0 ports.When the card is installed, the USB ports are vertically oriented. So USB plugs don't fully insert into the ports because they bump into the metal frame surrounding the PCI card's bracket. Everything works fine. It's just something to be aware of. If the ports were oriented horizontally, this wouldn't be an issue, but then there probably wouldn't be room for three USB ports. 5Prepare yourself for cutting your case to actually plug anything in it No way to plug anything in I had to cut my case to make it work 3Drivers for Windows 7 64-Bit cause System Crashes With the circuit card installed in my case / motherboard combination (Silverstone SST-TJ05B-T / Asus Sabertooth X79), the USB cables can't be plugged into the connectors on the card. It's aligned too far to one side, which obstructs the connectors. There haven't been any alignment issues with the other cards I've installed in the system (Video Card, Multi-Port Ethernet, WiFi). With this one, I had to plug the cables into card (though the back slot opening of the case) before plugging the card into the motherboard. I know this is putting some stress on the card and motherboard slot, but it does fit. If the 4 USB connectors had been rotated 90 on the card, it would be much easier to plug the cables in.With the card plugged in and the system booted, Windows tries, and fails, to install the Drivers automatically. If I download and install the latest RENESAS-USB3-Host-Driver (v3.0.23.0, 28-SEP-2012) from the StarTech PEXUSB3S44V Support web page, my system crashes every time it is awakened from Sleep - even if nothing is plugged into any of the cables.As long as no Drivers are installed (rendering the card useless), my systems runs, sleeps, and wakes up just fine. But with the Drivers installed the system will only run OK until it goes to sleep - then it either doesn't wake up (have to press the Reset Button) or crashes with a Machine_Check_Exception. I suppose I could turn off the Sleep mode, but I don't really see that as being the solution for flaky drivers.Does anyone have this card working successfully with Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit? Which Driver version are you using? What System Power Settings are you using (including Advanced Power Settings)? Thanks for any help! 3Oculus RIFT USB issues? WELL MORE!! Install this fixed usb issues. This product is simply AWESOME!!! I was driven abolutley mad for 6 months with Oculus rift and my 2 port SIIG - USB 3.0 (JU-P20612-S1) running through a 7 port usb 3.0 hub purchased from walmart. Everytime I tried to use my vr headset I would have to plug and unplug, plug and unplug and alot of times restart windows.Well no more!! I installed this baby and no more usb issues. No more tracking chatter.Didn't even need the drivers cd. windows 10 picked it up and installed the drivers and I AM EXTREMLY HAPPY WITH THIS PRODUCT.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! 5Not compatible with X299 chipset. After installing the card and seeing "This device cannot start. (Code 10)" in the device manager, I attempted to update the drivers and firmware available on the StarTech website. When the firmware would not update, I contacted the 24/7 StarTech support live chat. I was informed by the representative that:"Unfortunately the x299 chipset is a known incompatibility with this card, which we are unable to correct. While this may change with chipset updates down the road, currently it won't be possible to get the card working."The representative even went so far as to say:"Very sorry about that. Unless you can repurpose this card in another system it's best to return the card to the seller for refund."I am very upset this known incompatibility was not posted anywhere such that I could exclude this card from my search.== Bottom Line ==Do not purchase for X299 chipset motherboard 1Works flawlessly with the Oculus Rift. Some install glitches easily fixed. It works great. No drivers to install. Totally compatible with Win 10's driver and the Oculus Rift. Created and issue for me because it uses a PCI-e X4 socket and that disables 4 Pci-E X1 sockets. There is only so much bandwidth to go around. You do get 4 dedicated controllers but for me I think the 4 port Fresco sold here (KTU3FR-4P) is acceptable and does work fine with the Rift as well at 1/3 of the price. If you want the best this is it provided you can afford to trade off you PCI Express x1 sockets.Not sure is all MOBO's do this (mine was a Gigabyte) but read your manual carefully, I have to say owning the Rift gave me a crash course on USB controllers. I also got a bios error when I installed it and had to reassign drive letters to all my USB 3.0 hard drives which all disappeared. 4USB 3.0 with Big Power I took the advice of the other reviewers that have tried the other lower priced items and glad I got this Big Power USB 3.0 Card. It's as strong as they say and glad I did. The price is worth it if you don't want any problems. It was a plug and play with Windows 10 Home v1809 and smooth install. I used a PCIe X8 slot (longer slot not PCI) and it works fine. My MSi mainboard didn't have a PCIe X4 slot . It needs power so make sure you have another SATA or IDE power plug available. With four 3.0 ports the Oculus Rift has its own dedicated 5 Gbps ports for Headset and Sensors(3).UPDATE 04-29-2019: After using the card for a while I discovered that it really needs its own dedicated X4 slot. It does work good and OK but after the PC goes to sleep Oculus app says it wants to calibrate the sensors again. I wasn't up for that task and discovered after a quick reboot the sensors were still aligned. It also happens when I take the PC off line from the network or internet. So I put the 3 sensors back into the PC mainboard and the headset on the new PCIe card and all is better, That left 3 slots open for something else. At least the headset has a high speed dedicated USB 3.0 port. Probably over kill buying a pricey USB 3.0 card but I feel was worth it and not worrying about bandwidth. Above is a picture to show what I mean by slot type.I have no regrets about how much the card cost It's made of high quality and the gaming PC deserve it. 5Driver installation issue, driver CD does not contain the necessary drivers New update: After installing the correct driver, device manager tells me that the device cannot start (code 10), which basically means the device is probably not compatible with my system, probably because this PCI board may not be compatible with my Intel Q65 Express chipset.Original rating:Driver CD is an old, mis-matched collection of drivers for about 15 different and unrelated products. Took a while to find the correct driver as the instructions specify the name for a folder that does not exist. Still cannot use the ports for some reason even after installing the appropriate drivers, with a "PCI to PCI bridge" driver error. I'm going to contact StarTech directly for tech support but I'm a little disappointed that the driver CD included was not only generic and not product-specific, but also did not contain the driver I needed. Update: contact with Startech indicated old drivers on CD. Downloaded updated drivers from StarTech website. Still no joy. 2Died after a year - HOWEVER...lifetime warranty and was probably the simplest and quickest return I have ever done. Fantastic! Bought this in March 2016 and it has already died (disappointing for a $60+ card).. Contacted Technical support for the manufacturer and found out that it does have a lifetime warranty so in the process of doing that now. Will update this once process is complete.Update - 7/20: StarTech sent me an RMA the same day I called to have this replaced. I filled it out and sent it back to them. They then emailed me back the same day and said they had shipped out a replacement and I did not need to return the defective item. I wish all companies stood behind their warranties like this and made it such an easy process. Will definitely purchase from this company again! 5File Corruption (Verified by Binary Comparison) The card and drivers installed easily enough. In testing transfer speed through a PCIe x1 slot I saw 92 MB/s. However, transferred files using this USB card failed a basic test. The card and/or driver could not produce bit-perfect 1:1 copies. Files transferred/copied through the card always had file corruption issues. This was verified using binary file comparisons with the original and copied file. Maybe the problem rests with the driver, maybe it's the hardware, maybe it's both. I am using Windows 7 x64 on a Dell XPS machine. Also, the plastic on the PCB board where the SATA power connector sits was cracked/broken. That didn't prevent attaching a SATA power source. I can't recommend this card if it can't do the basic thing computer equipment is meant to do: accurately and precisely make perfect copies of data (and therefore making it useless for file back-up/archiving purposes). 1
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Description
  • Running low on expansion slots? Merge USB 3.0 and GbE into a single PCIe combo card
  • 3 Port PCI Express USB 3.0 Card + Gigabit Ethernet
  • Installation flexibility to fit standard & low-profile PCs
  • Frees up a PCIe slot by consolidating 3x USB 3.0 & 1x Gigabit Ethernet into a single card
  • UASP Support
  • Optional SATA Power
  • Save money and connect existing devices with USB 2.0 and 1.x backward compatibility
  • USB 3 with Network Adapter Card
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Awesome having both powered USB 3.0 and Ethernet all on one card This is a really excellent card. I replaced an Intel Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter card that only provided a single RJ-45 port with the StarTech because I needed powered USB 3.0 ports in order to get a new monitor with accompanying soundbar working. The card is powered using a SATA cable. It provides power to the card, which in turn powers the USB 3.0 ports up to 900mA per port.I connected my monitor to one of the USB 3.0 ports using an uplink cable in order to power all of the USB ports on the monitor. The soundbar is connected to one of the monitor's USB 3.0 ports. An HDMI connection from my video card to the monitor provides both audio and video. The soundbar is my default audio device, which works great with this setup.I also bought a 1 TB Western Digital USB 3.0 external drive that I connect to the StarTech card as well and it works great. Having both USB 3.0 ports that are fully powered along with an RJ-45 port for Ethernet all on one card is definitely convenient.My computer, a Dell Dimension E510, is running Windows 7 Home Premium so it didn't install drivers automatically via plug and play. I didn't bother with the drivers that came with the card. I instead downloaded the latest drivers from StarTech's web site. I installed the USB 3.0 driver first, then the Ethernet driver. As soon as the drivers were installed everything worked. No rebooting required.The only caveat is with the orientation of the USB 3.0 ports.When the card is installed, the USB ports are vertically oriented. So USB plugs don't fully insert into the ports because they bump into the metal frame surrounding the PCI card's bracket. Everything works fine. It's just something to be aware of. If the ports were oriented horizontally, this wouldn't be an issue, but then there probably wouldn't be room for three USB ports. 5Prepare yourself for cutting your case to actually plug anything in it No way to plug anything in I had to cut my case to make it work 3Drivers for Windows 7 64-Bit cause System Crashes With the circuit card installed in my case / motherboard combination (Silverstone SST-TJ05B-T / Asus Sabertooth X79), the USB cables can't be plugged into the connectors on the card. It's aligned too far to one side, which obstructs the connectors. There haven't been any alignment issues with the other cards I've installed in the system (Video Card, Multi-Port Ethernet, WiFi). With this one, I had to plug the cables into card (though the back slot opening of the case) before plugging the card into the motherboard. I know this is putting some stress on the card and motherboard slot, but it does fit. If the 4 USB connectors had been rotated 90 on the card, it would be much easier to plug the cables in.With the card plugged in and the system booted, Windows tries, and fails, to install the Drivers automatically. If I download and install the latest RENESAS-USB3-Host-Driver (v3.0.23.0, 28-SEP-2012) from the StarTech PEXUSB3S44V Support web page, my system crashes every time it is awakened from Sleep - even if nothing is plugged into any of the cables.As long as no Drivers are installed (rendering the card useless), my systems runs, sleeps, and wakes up just fine. But with the Drivers installed the system will only run OK until it goes to sleep - then it either doesn't wake up (have to press the Reset Button) or crashes with a Machine_Check_Exception. I suppose I could turn off the Sleep mode, but I don't really see that as being the solution for flaky drivers.Does anyone have this card working successfully with Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit? Which Driver version are you using? What System Power Settings are you using (including Advanced Power Settings)? Thanks for any help! 3Oculus RIFT USB issues? WELL MORE!! Install this fixed usb issues. This product is simply AWESOME!!! I was driven abolutley mad for 6 months with Oculus rift and my 2 port SIIG - USB 3.0 (JU-P20612-S1) running through a 7 port usb 3.0 hub purchased from walmart. Everytime I tried to use my vr headset I would have to plug and unplug, plug and unplug and alot of times restart windows.Well no more!! I installed this baby and no more usb issues. No more tracking chatter.Didn't even need the drivers cd. windows 10 picked it up and installed the drivers and I AM EXTREMLY HAPPY WITH THIS PRODUCT.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! 5Not compatible with X299 chipset. After installing the card and seeing "This device cannot start. (Code 10)" in the device manager, I attempted to update the drivers and firmware available on the StarTech website. When the firmware would not update, I contacted the 24/7 StarTech support live chat. I was informed by the representative that:"Unfortunately the x299 chipset is a known incompatibility with this card, which we are unable to correct. While this may change with chipset updates down the road, currently it won't be possible to get the card working."The representative even went so far as to say:"Very sorry about that. Unless you can repurpose this card in another system it's best to return the card to the seller for refund."I am very upset this known incompatibility was not posted anywhere such that I could exclude this card from my search.== Bottom Line ==Do not purchase for X299 chipset motherboard 1Works flawlessly with the Oculus Rift. Some install glitches easily fixed. It works great. No drivers to install. Totally compatible with Win 10's driver and the Oculus Rift. Created and issue for me because it uses a PCI-e X4 socket and that disables 4 Pci-E X1 sockets. There is only so much bandwidth to go around. You do get 4 dedicated controllers but for me I think the 4 port Fresco sold here (KTU3FR-4P) is acceptable and does work fine with the Rift as well at 1/3 of the price. If you want the best this is it provided you can afford to trade off you PCI Express x1 sockets.Not sure is all MOBO's do this (mine was a Gigabyte) but read your manual carefully, I have to say owning the Rift gave me a crash course on USB controllers. I also got a bios error when I installed it and had to reassign drive letters to all my USB 3.0 hard drives which all disappeared. 4USB 3.0 with Big Power I took the advice of the other reviewers that have tried the other lower priced items and glad I got this Big Power USB 3.0 Card. It's as strong as they say and glad I did. The price is worth it if you don't want any problems. It was a plug and play with Windows 10 Home v1809 and smooth install. I used a PCIe X8 slot (longer slot not PCI) and it works fine. My MSi mainboard didn't have a PCIe X4 slot . It needs power so make sure you have another SATA or IDE power plug available. With four 3.0 ports the Oculus Rift has its own dedicated 5 Gbps ports for Headset and Sensors(3).UPDATE 04-29-2019: After using the card for a while I discovered that it really needs its own dedicated X4 slot. It does work good and OK but after the PC goes to sleep Oculus app says it wants to calibrate the sensors again. I wasn't up for that task and discovered after a quick reboot the sensors were still aligned. It also happens when I take the PC off line from the network or internet. So I put the 3 sensors back into the PC mainboard and the headset on the new PCIe card and all is better, That left 3 slots open for something else. At least the headset has a high speed dedicated USB 3.0 port. Probably over kill buying a pricey USB 3.0 card but I feel was worth it and not worrying about bandwidth. Above is a picture to show what I mean by slot type.I have no regrets about how much the card cost It's made of high quality and the gaming PC deserve it. 5Driver installation issue, driver CD does not contain the necessary drivers New update: After installing the correct driver, device manager tells me that the device cannot start (code 10), which basically means the device is probably not compatible with my system, probably because this PCI board may not be compatible with my Intel Q65 Express chipset.Original rating:Driver CD is an old, mis-matched collection of drivers for about 15 different and unrelated products. Took a while to find the correct driver as the instructions specify the name for a folder that does not exist. Still cannot use the ports for some reason even after installing the appropriate drivers, with a "PCI to PCI bridge" driver error. I'm going to contact StarTech directly for tech support but I'm a little disappointed that the driver CD included was not only generic and not product-specific, but also did not contain the driver I needed. Update: contact with Startech indicated old drivers on CD. Downloaded updated drivers from StarTech website. Still no joy. 2Died after a year - HOWEVER...lifetime warranty and was probably the simplest and quickest return I have ever done. Fantastic! Bought this in March 2016 and it has already died (disappointing for a $60+ card).. Contacted Technical support for the manufacturer and found out that it does have a lifetime warranty so in the process of doing that now. Will update this once process is complete.Update - 7/20: StarTech sent me an RMA the same day I called to have this replaced. I filled it out and sent it back to them. They then emailed me back the same day and said they had shipped out a replacement and I did not need to return the defective item. I wish all companies stood behind their warranties like this and made it such an easy process. Will definitely purchase from this company again! 5File Corruption (Verified by Binary Comparison) The card and drivers installed easily enough. In testing transfer speed through a PCIe x1 slot I saw 92 MB/s. However, transferred files using this USB card failed a basic test. The card and/or driver could not produce bit-perfect 1:1 copies. Files transferred/copied through the card always had file corruption issues. This was verified using binary file comparisons with the original and copied file. Maybe the problem rests with the driver, maybe it's the hardware, maybe it's both. I am using Windows 7 x64 on a Dell XPS machine. Also, the plastic on the PCB board where the SATA power connector sits was cracked/broken. That didn't prevent attaching a SATA power source. I can't recommend this card if it can't do the basic thing computer equipment is meant to do: accurately and precisely make perfect copies of data (and therefore making it useless for file back-up/archiving purposes). 1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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