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SilverStone Technology

SilverStone Technology USB 3.1 External Type A & Type C Pci-E Card ECU03 Components Other

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Description

  • SuperSpeed USB 3.1 with Type a and Type C Ports
  • PCI-E Gen2.0 x2, throughput up to 10Gbps
  • Compliant with extensible host controller interface (xHCI) Specification Revision 1.1
  • Compliant with USB attached SCSI Protocol Revision 1.0 (UASP)
  • Includes optional Low profile Slot cover for supporting Low profile cases

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Customer Reviews

Love it!This is awesome! I have it hooked up to my media center in the living room and have the remote velcroed to my coffee table. It's super convenient especially since I use the PC just as much if not more than anything else and I don't have to get up to turn it on anymore.The one downside they don't mention is you have to "sync" the remote with the chip to get it to work. That took a little figuring out. You also have to do it anytime the system loses power. (unplugged from the wall. Normal shutdowns don't affect it) there's a button on the card you press. Then click the remote. It's easy to sync as long as your case is easy to get into5Start your computer like a Tesla engineI love using the power button on the Bluetooth controller everytime I walk into my room. Its really satisfing, sitting down and looking at the window 10 lock screen and knowing you don t have to wait for any loading startup. I still have the power bottom system setup just in case the controller loses battery. Overall this is a great project and add on to any computer. I m using the Bluetooth controller for a mini ITX computer and compact builds are always really hard to do and finding add on for them can be frustrating, but this is definitely one of the best items to add to a computer if you don t have a start up bottom on the IO.5Make sure you have a open USB header on your Motherboard! So this kit comes with the Remote, Wires, the receiver and a adapter so you can face the receiver in 3 different positions. You MUST have a spare/open USB header on your Motherboard or this will NOT work. Also the adapter has 3 spots for you to connect to. This can NOT be used with anything else. I Tried to connect the transmitter to one slot and my USB to the other and it would not work, the transmitter and receiver worked fine but would not allow the USB to function properly. I do wish the receiver used a different method other than a USB header. Many modern Motherboards only have one or two USB headers and they are usually taken. So the receiver must be plugged in on its own. Otherwise its great, The remote works from far away and no issues with things being in the way. For the price its a great product! 4It Works! It's A Pain To Install!So, first things first... Ditch the instructions. They're awful and not worth the ink wasted to print them. SilverStone decided to blow up an image of the pin connections and they didn't use a high-res image, so it's all blurry and distorted in the included manual. You can actually Google for a clear picture, use that and not the wasteful kindling they threw in the box. (Extra padding, maybe?)Once you have the correct pins figured out, the installation is a BREEZE. It's a five-minute job if that. (Well, depending on the layout of your PC. If you have to move components/wires, it'll be a bit longer.)1.) Pull off the front panel cable (power/reset) and plug it directly into the board.2.) Plug the y-cable they included onto the pins where the front panel cable was just residing so you can still use the physical case buttons as well as this.3.) Plug the unit into the front panel USB header on the MOBO.4.) Plug the USB wiring onto another header or use the included adapter.And you're done. Before starting, however, make sure your MOBO allows power through USB while off or asleep. Make sure it has the S3 setting before starting. Otherwise, you're good to go after all of the physical labor.Comes with a battery, even! Powers on/off with one press and no waiting or messing around, even the reset button is instantaneous. No lag, and no gray area/middle ground, either. It either works or it doesn't, even less hassle in that department.I'd absolutely recommend this if you have a desktop PC, especially one being used as a HTPC. Sometimes you need to restart but can't find your mouse or keyboard (if it's wireless) this little clicker comes in handy.5Works great except...This product works great except for one fatal flaw - the receiver inside the machine has no battery backup to remember being paired to the remote. In order for the device to be paired with the remote it has to have power from the USB header on the motherboard, which means the computer has to be at least connected to power. So you have to install the receiver, connect the computer to power, and THEN press the pairing button on the receiver inside the computer to connect it to the remote. If the receiver loses the power its getting from the motherboard (i.e., if you move the computer or have a power outage), it loses the connection to the remote. So you have to open up the computer again and press the pairing button the next time the computer is connected to power.So this is a great product as long as your computer never loses power, albeit a little annoying to get working. In a future revision I'd like to see a battery backup on the receiver so that it can always be independently connected to the remote. It will make installation and overall use much more functional and convenient.3product cheap I bought this for a setup i had that needed front usb3.0 and back.. So the biggest problem was the internal connectors.. They aren't very secure on the board. once i put the first connector on and realized i needed to to move the cable i tried to disconnect the cable from the silverstone card and it would not come out and the internal port was actually rocking back and forth.. Trying to get it off with strength but still gentleness was a losing battle.. i did get it off but not before it broke the connector.. Very disappointing.. Ended up just spending more money and getting the startech.com version and that is working perfect and the internal connectors don't bend or are lose.. They have a nice solid connection.. 1Exactly what I needed.My PC is monted on a wall, under a desk. The NZXT h500 case has a power button at the top of the case, making it near impossible to reach the button. This solved my issue. To make cable management a bit nicer, I bought an internal hub (see pics). Now the unit can be tucked away in hidden spot in case, and a bonus port. It was like $7 on amazon. Although, a nice black PCB would be acceptable to me if I had to. I have read many reviews saying that it will not work to power on. NOT true. I don't want to shame anyone for being noob, but you have to enable power settings to USB in bios, super easy on my MSI270. If you use a hub like me , you may not get great results with a powered one like NZXT that use molex power. Not a huge fan of the remote design. I might 3d print a case for it that looks nicer and so I don't loose it.5It works at short to medium distance with line of sightWe live in a new construction and open layout home. The remote is working if you're standing in front of the PC in the same room 5-10 feet away with line of sight. But it doesn't work 5 feet away if there is a wall in the between the remote and receiver unless the PC case is off. The PCB doesn't allow for an external antenna attachment so I'm in the process of moving the receiver outside of the PC using pin extension cables.This product would be perfect if it simply had an external antenna attachment on the board. I wouldn't even expect for the company to include an external antenna. I would happily purchase one of the widely available universal pcb antennas out there.3GREAT Little GadgetThis review is for the "ES02-USB, Wireless Remote" version. This is a GREAT little gadget. I bought it awhile ago, and just got around to installing it - I wish I hadn't waited.This is an old-school RF remote - just like your car's remote. There's nothing to pair, nothing to break, no drivers to install, and it will never fail you. It functions just like a real switch. It only needs power from USB - no drivers to install, apps to pair, or anything else like that. The remote works every time without fail as long as you're not too far away. It doesn't even have to take up one of your precious internal USB headers - it has a splitter so you can connect something else too.I originally bought this because my case doesn't have a reset switch. It works great for that, but the power button can be even more useful: in Windows, you can assign a few different functions to the power button, such as turning off your monitor(s). Outside of windows, such as when the machine is off entirely, it functions like the regular power button on your case.I used a sleeved USB extension cable to install mine so that I could hide the little device in the back of my case. It has some exposed pins and stuff, so I wrapped mine in electrical tape just in case.EDIT: I noticed some people here complaining about having to pair the remote, especially if they lose power. I'm not sure if they are using a Bluetooth version or something (*don't*! The RF one is fine, don't waste your money on a Bluetooth version), but, I lost power in my apartment today for about 6 hours. Remote still works fine, no pairing needed. I didn't need to pair anything when I installed it either.5So far so good I bought this because I purchased a new case for my wife's system with USB 3.0 headers on the front and the motherboard doesn't have USB 3.0.I looked at allot of other cards and decided on this one. I wasn't overly concerned with performance but I wanted reliability and ease of use. This card has met and exceeded those needs. The only thing I didn't like was the Win 7 x64 system didnt have the drivers build in and Windows Update didn't have them either. The card comes with all the needed drivers on a disc so i wasn't without.Other than that its a great card. I would buy this again in a heartbeat. 5No sleep functionThis is probably my favorite part of the new build. I can keep it near the door and start up the PC without putting everything down and walking across the room. Keep it on the nightstand and you can shut it off after watching a movie, etc., going to bed without disturbing your comfort and getting up. However, really annoying that there isn't a sleep option, only power and restart.Install was...easy? in a sense. Straightforward to plug everything in. However, it just did not work at all at first. Read that you need to enable some power options in the MOBO BIOS, but I didn't see those options listed in mine. Ultimately, as I was showing a friend how the remote doesn't work, the computer finally turned off. Been functioning ever since.You may need to hold down the buttons briefly to send the signal.4I got it to work with a portable battery .This remote needs power at all times in order for it to shutdown and power back on and my older motherboard does not have power once it shuts down. So I ordered a "motherboard 9 pin to usb 2.0 adapter" and plugged it into a portable battery and plugged the other end into 9 pin interface. Then plug usb 2.0 plug into charging port of battery then plug usb cord from battery into usb port of pc. Then connect power pin and reset pin in motherboard as instructed in the instructions. Hope this helps4Easy and AwesomeThought I'd add some information for this product. It works really well. Does what it is supposed.Installing is really easy. The female pins on the board need to be plugged into the USB header on the motherboard. It provides a splitter so you can still plug your case in as well. There are multiple angles too so it is easy to fit in most spots.The size is kind of big for my application but it is really just a small board that you put on your motherboard. I took a picture of it next to a ruler to maybe help others see how big it is.One thing I'd like to test eventually but is not all that important to me is if its signal interferes with other wireless devices on the same frequency. I would expect it to work fine but I can't comment for sure since I have no other wireless devices right now.All in all this is a really cool product that I am really surprised isn't more popular.5
SilverStone Technology USB 3.1 External Type A & Type C Pci-E Card ECU03 Components Other

SilverStone Technology USB 3.1 External Type A & Type C Pci-E Card ECU03 Components Other

4.0
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Regular price
€88,00
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€88,00
Regular price
€144,00
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Save 39% (€56,00)