STARTECH ADD FOUR USB 3.0 PORTS WITH FOUR INDEPENDENT CHANNELS LP/SATA POWER AND CHARGING SUPPORT TO YOUR PC THROUGH A P
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STARTECH ADD FOUR USB 3.0 PORTS WITH FOUR INDEPENDENT CHANNELS LP/SATA POWER AND CHARGING SUPPORT TO YOUR PC THROUGH A PCI EXPRESS SLOT 4 PORT PCIE SUPERSPEED USB 3. PEXUSB3S44V
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- If it would only work reliably on Linux- May 3, 2020
I bought this card especially because of its four USB controller chips in the hope that this could avoid the trouble I have with my StarTech PEXUSB3S4V on Linux. Unfortunately this card behaves even worse. There's a kernel bug report about this specific card (https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=199627) which explains the issue quite thoroughly. It's not StarTech's fault that the used uPD720202 USB controller chip gets such a bad handling in Linux but the end-user experience is really frustrating. I really hope someone at StarTech might have the right influence to improve Linux' xhci_hcd driver for this card because I really want to use it on my Linux box.
- UNRAID Passthrough- February 25, 2021
This card is perfect for Unraid and VM's. The 4 separate controllers show up in Unraid in their own IOMMU groups allowing me to pass 1 port to each of my 4 VM's. You need to use the later version though, apparently the earlier cards don't do this. I'm using a Fracal Design 7 case and haven't had the same issues others have had with the ports being obstructed. I actually prefer the vertical ports as they appear to be tidier and easier for cable management when using all 4 ports. Suggestion: An 8 port model would be nice. 2 ports per controller. And support for qualcomm fast charging.
- Finally, a card that my Oculus Rift S likes!- September 3, 2020
So for a while now I have struggled with my Oculus Rift S. Not with actually playing games with it. No, but with ROBOT VOICE when using the built in Mic. It would appear that it's not enough that you have to use a USB3 connection that Oculus approves of, but if you want the best functionality, you need a port up to the task. I have tried 4 different expansion cards but this is the first one ever that actually does the job! If you're a Windows 10 user, just pop the card in and let Microsoft do the rest - the official drivers aren't up to the task.
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