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Pavel from Calgary writes:
- Serial ports individually configurable to operate in either RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485 modes via stock drivers. Serial ports can be individually configured using HW jumpers to enable +5V, +12V, or disable DC power output on pin 9 of the DB9 connector. Works on Windows 8.1 64-bit. Low profile brackets PCI-Express
- installation manual does not say that you must install the driver before adding the hardware. If you do otherwise you will get a blue screen. A newer driver is available on StarTech website.
- Good features, Works for me under Windows 8.1 (64-bit).
I'd order something somewhere else..
Andrew from Calgary writes:
- It has low profile brackets and full height brackets. It works when powered by 4pin molex.
- If you don't have a 4 pin molex power connector the printer port on this card is useless. So, on top of spending the $ on this a power splitter is required to go from Sata to Sata/Molex .... It's a shame at this time MemX doesn't stock any other low profile parallel Cards. The lava ones work quite well.
Works for me
James T Snell from Calgary writes:
- Works out of the box on Linux. Modern PCIE makes it somewhat future-proof. 16550 UART is very very well known.
- Seems really really expensive to me.
- I got this card for a fairly commercial application and I was pleased that it worked out of the box on Ubuntu Linux 12.04. I expect it'll work with any OS, as the UART is super standard. The price just seems really really steep to me, hence the 4/5 and not 5/5.