Wednesday, August 10, 2011
TP-Link Gigabit PCI-E Network Adapter (TG-3468) Internet Speed Test
TP-Link Gigabit PCI-E Network Adapter 10/100/1000M Specifications:
Interface: PCI Express x1 (also can fit x4, x8, x16)
Standard: IEEE 802.3ab | IEEE 802.3x | IEEE 802.3q | IEEE 802.3p
Transmission Rate: 10/100/1000Mbps (Half-Duplex) | 20/200/2000Mbps (Full-Duplex)
Connector: 1 x 10/100/1000M Auto-Negotiation RJ45 port
Driver Support: Windows 98se/Me/2000/XP 32|64/Linux, Vista 32|64, Windows 7
How to install TP-Link Gigabit PCI-E network Adapter:
1. Plug-in the TP-Link PCI-E network adapter to motherboard PCI-E x1 slot
2. On the computer and go to Windows OS
3. Insert TP-Link PCI-E driver installation CD
4. Proceed with installation
PCI Network Adapter 10/100M Vs TP-Link PCI-E network adapter speed test comparison:
Based on the network speed result, TP-Link PCI-E network adapter shows fairly consistent download/upload speed compare to the ordinary PCI Network adapter. The test equipment environment used for the test is as followed:
1. Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium
2. Modem: Belkin Modem + Router ADSL2+ N150
3. Internet Max speed: 1Mbps
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