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Intel 10Gbps card bandwidth

I have an Intel 10Gbps card that has the 82599 10GbE Controller. The card has two ports in it. The datasheet of the controller says it supports PCIe 2.0 (2.5 GT/s or 5.0 GT/s) Now, according to PCIe ...
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SY-PEX24028 NIC is not detected by FM2A88X-ITX+ motherboard

I'm trying to use a SY-PEX24028 (PCI-E x1) card with my FM2A88X-ITX+ motherboard. I'm using my the board's only PCI-E x16 slot for the card. I have not been able to get it to detect the card either in ...
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Several hardware components either work or not after booting

I have a desktop computer which I put together myself and in the last weeks I discovered a strange behavior. The same issue refers to three components independently. The onboard network controller, ...
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My internet speed wont run at 1.0 Gbps on my Realtek PCIe Family Controller

I have an asus Gigabit Router and a gigabit NIC (Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller) witch is running at 100Mbps rather than 1000Mbps (1.0 Gbps). When I use an old laptop on the same Ethernet ...
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10 Gbps Network Card on PCIe 2.0 X8. Enough PCIe bandwidth?

Would a PCIe 2.0 X8 slot have enough bandwidth for a NIC with two 10 Gbps connections? From what I understand, each lane on a PCIe 2.0 card is good for 4 Gbps, so 8 lanes = 32 Gbps, right? Is my ...
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Installed PCIe network card - computer won't boot

I have a new Dell Vostro 460, that has onboard video, and an Dell-added a PCIe video card. It has 1 16x PCIe slot and 4 1x PCIe slots. When I plug in a PCIe gigabit network card (link. lspci: ...