What is a motherboard card
Motherboard is to the computer, what spinal cord is to humans. Like spinal cord, a motherboard connects CPU, Memory, Hard drives, Optical drives and expansion cards via cable or directly. Motherboard is responsible for coordination between different parts of a computer. Here, we will talk about 3 types of motherboard cards.
PCI Express Firewire Card 800X
This Motherboard card is for those who love speed. PCI Express to firewire adapter boosts performance by offering support for data transfer rates up to 400Mbps to each port. PCI Express Firewire Card 800X is compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. You can check out full specifications at Dyeton Solution.
PCI Express LAN Card
We accept that with every other thing computers too have evolved, but there are somethings that are here to stay, like the LAN. We do have Wifi technology, but matching the speed of LAN is still a distant dream for wifi. We present to you PCI Express LAN Card, add 10/100Mbps Ethernet port to any PC through a PCI slot or through PCIe Network Card. This Card is compatible with Windows XP and Windows 7.
PCI Express Sound Card
A computer or laptop without sound is like a dish without spices. With work you sometimes need that break of music, the sound must also be of good quality. If there’s no sound card with your computer or the sound card that you have is not working properly, then you can always buy a new one and attach it to your computer. One such sound card of good quality is PCI Express Sound Card from Dyeton solution. It supports 5.1 channel with a frequency of 24-bit 192hz. It is compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.