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Product Details function pw(s){pop('/xWI?lid=1&fid=96292&aid='+s)} Product MPN MPN pci-dda08/12 Key Features Data Transfer Rate 1 Gbps Form Factor Plug-in Card Interface PCI Connectivity Wired Platform PC Package Qty. 1 Protocols Data Link Protocol Gigabit Ethernet Other Features Cabling Type Ethernet 1000Base-TX Miscellaneous Product ID 21195495

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