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Intel PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter, RJ45, 10/100/1000, PCI, 82541

  • Brand: Intel
  • Part Number: PWLA8391GT
  • Condition: Factory New Sealed
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Ships: Typically within 2 Business Days
  • Warranty: 3 Years

$30.00
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PWLA8391GT - Genuine Intel PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter, RJ45, 10/100/1000, PCI, 82541, PWLA8391GTBLK
Now you can maximize system performance and increase end-user productivity for mainstream PCs with the new Intel PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter PWLA8391GT. Today’s desktops are weighed down with high-bandwidth applications including voice, data, streaming video, video conferencing, and long-distance storage area networks. The environmentally friendly Intel PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter's Gigabit bandwidth makes quick work of these network applications with power to spare.

Specifications
  • Product Name: Intel PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter
  • Product Code: PWLA8391GT, PWLA8391GTBLK
  • Connectors: RJ-45
  • IEEE standards/network topology: 10/100/1000BASE-T
  • Wiring: Cat-5, 4-pair
  • Cable Distance: 100m
  • Data rate(s) supported per port: 10/100/1000 Mbps
  • Bus type: PCI 2.3 32 bit 
  • Bus speed (MHz): 33/66
  • Onboard Memory: 128 KB
  • Interrupt levels: INTA
  • IEEE support: 802.2 and 802.3ab
  • Hardware certifications: FCC Class B, CE, BSMI B, VCCI B
  • Data Transfer Mode: Bus-master DMA
  • Controller-processor: Intel 82541PI
  • Typical power consumption: 800mA at +5V DC
  • Operating temperature: 32 °F (0.0 °C) to 131 °F (55.0 °C) Operating
  • Operating Humidity: 85% at +55° C

System Requirement (No software included)
  • Linux 2.2.5 or later
  • Microsoft DOS, Microsoft Windows 2000 / NT4.0
  • Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition / Windows ME
  • Microsoft Windows XP
  • Novell NetWare 4.2
  • Novell NetWare 5.1
  • Novell NetWare 6

For more specifications of this Intel PRO/1000 GT Desktop Adapter PWLA8391GT, please visit below Intel website.
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/docs/devices-systems/desktops/intel-pro-1000-gt-desktop-adapter-datasheet.html

 

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Don\'t bother with this if you use modern versions of Windows

Intel does not offer drivers for newer versions of Windows (Win7 and Win10 as of this writing). You will end up using an old Microsoft driver with limited features. This makes it no more useful than the most basic NIC that you can buy for a fraction of the price.I\'ve also noticed a problem with the performance. I don\'t expect a full 1000 mbit/s with the PCI interface but it should be close. I was only getting speeds of about 500 mbit/s. I wasn\'t able to test if it was due to the driver since well, there is no other driver to test. Instead I grabbed a Realtek based PCI NIC that I had also purchased (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004F3CO5M). Realtek still publishes drivers for that chipset. The ones I installed were just 3 days old. Realtek performed at about 750mbit/s which is much closer to what I expect with the PCI interface.I really only bought this Intel NIC because Intel has a good reputation for quality and features, something I was willing to pay a little extra for. That\'s a complete waste if you use modern versions of Windows. Just don\'t bother with this Intel NIC. Get something cheap that uses a good Realtek chip. You\'ll get proper driver support and you can use features like VLAN\'s.

3

Great for a FreeNAS build with a legacy logic board

My Haswell era logic board, which is used for a FreeNAS build, has a flaky on-board Realtek LAN chip. The board\'s two PCI-e slots are filled with SATA controller cards, leaving only two regular PCI slots free. I bought this Intel PCI network adapter to fix the networking problems I\'ve been having. FreeNAS dashboard reports 95MiB/sec, which is great, and the same as the performance of the Intel PCI-e cards on another system I have. I\'ve transferred about a terabyte of data over it so far without any problems.

5

Dated but still quite usable NIC

Bought this card 10yrs ago, but never used it as I later bought the “CT” version and installed using a spare PCI-e expansion connector in my old Win 7 eMachine desktop. Well, I now need two PCI-e slots for video and eSATA cards, and having a spare PCI slot available, I dropped in the PRO/1000 GT card...after booting up, Windows immediately recognized the device, automatically provided the driver and 30sec later was on-line. Did an Ookla SpeedTest, and got nearly 500Mbts/sec download, identical to the CT version, so all is well. As other customers have noted, this device has only “in-box” support now, so the only drivers available are assigned by Windows -and they are over 10 yrs old - as this is a legacy NIC. Yes, very much an old-school Ethernet adapter, but it delivers the goods, so who’s complaining.

4

A little more expensive but decently fast

Getting promised speeds and has lasted since I purchased it.

5

1K speeds. Plug-and-play

1K speeds. Plug-and-play. Windows will find drivers.

5

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