Now you can benefit from the IntelÂ® PRO/1000 MT Desktop Adapters that maximize system performance and increase end-user productivity for mainstream PCs. Next-generation desktops will feature high-bandwidth applications encompassing voice, data, streaming video, video conferencing, and long distance storage area networks that will be hindered by Fast Ethernet technology. Fortunately, most copper networks are running over standard Category-5 cable that supports Gigabit speeds, allowing desktops to realize the full potential of these high bandwidth applications.
Product Type: Gigabit Ethernet Card
Network Architecture: 10/100/1000Base-T
Slot/Port Type: PCI
Product Title: Intel PRO/1000 MT Network Adapter
Power Score: 4.3 | 10 Reviews
System Type: PC
Interface Connection: 1 x RJ-45
Warranty Information: Lifetime Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Management: Wired for Management (WfM) Baseline v2.0 DMI 2.0 Support WMI & SNMP-manageable Offline Diagnostics Intel Boot Agent ACPI Power Management Wake on LAN
Network (RJ-45): Yes
Product Line: PRO/1000
Input Current: 800 mA5 V DC
Twisted Pair Cable Standard: Category 5e
Total Number of Ports: 1
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports: 1
Product Model: MT
Brand Name: Intel
Humidity: 0% to 85% Operating
Maximum Network Speed Supported: 1 Gbps
Frequency Band: Intel® SingleDriver technologyPlug and Play Specification SupportEasy Installation, Intel® PROSet II UtilityAuto-negotiation, Full-duplex CapableController - Processor: Intel® 82540EM NOS SOFTWARE SUPPORT:Microsoft Windows 2000, XPMicrosoft Windows NT 4.0Microsoft Windows 98 SE, MeDOS and DOSODILinux 2.2.5 or Later ADVANCED SOFTWARE FEATURES:IEEE 802.1Q VLANsIEEE 802.3x Flow ControlTCP Checksum OffloadIEEE 802.1p, Intel® Priority Packet II
Temperature: 32F (0C) to 131F (55C) Operating
Shipping Weight: 4.96 oz
Max Data Speed: 1000 Mbps
Network Type: Ethernet
Color Temperature: 90-day Money-back Guarantee (U.S. and Canada).
Product Reviews (10)
Strengths: very fast
Weakness: loses connectivity every now and then for no reason
I bought 4 of these for 4 servers and was very disappointed that one lasted 1 week before ceasing to function and another one has connectivity problems that I traced to the card (eliminating switches and cables). I switched to Broadcom cards and they run perfectly. Intel should stick to CPUs - these cards are a disappointment! Worse, I notice most vendors will not honor refunds on these (I wonder...
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I bought 4 of these for 4 servers and was very disappointed that one lasted 1 week before ceasing to function and another one has connectivity problems that I traced to the card (eliminating switches and cables).
I switched to Broadcom cards and they run perfectly. Intel should stick to CPUs - these cards are a disappointment! Worse, I notice most vendors will not honor refunds on these (I wonder why...).
By beefydog - Apr 19, 2007
1Gbit network at glance
Strengths: 1Gbit network speed
Weakness: not for small size desktops
This network adapter should bring your server or desktop to the next level of network speed with astonishing 1000Mbit or 1Gbit speed. It is easy to install into any computer with free PCI slot and software installation is a snap
By npasic - Dec 20, 2006
The Product included with the...
Strengths: I bought the product Intel Pro/1000 MT desktop adapter. It worked good with my desktop no problem at all. I received the shipping fee only 1$ from the website Overstock.com and delivered on time.
The Product included with the software cd . It got the program quick install guide easy to install for my computer and it worked in just a few minutes. I would like to buy more product from the Intel Corporation again in the future.
By aaron45 - Nov 30, 2006
Strengths: Good stable NIC, low CPU utilization
Highly recommend this card to anyone. No problems and Intel has the latest drivers available for download. Must use Cat 5e or Cat 6 for optimal performance. Prices on these cards are low.
By anonymous; - May 8, 2006
PRO100MT on Fileserver
Strengths: Great card, easy to install and amazing performance on throughput on my file server. Only limit now is the HD speed.
I had an older 10/100 card that I was using in a fileserver box at home, which was causing horrible performance issues. As best as I could tell some sort of ACK collisions, my transfer rates were pitiful. Installed the PRO1000 card and presto, the only bottleneck now is the HD transfer rate. I benchmarked my max throughput at about 820mb/s.
By rniedzial - Mar 9, 2006