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There's one green and one amber LED.... doesn't that mean 1GbE?
Two green LEDs would just mean 100MbE?

Otherway around, it might still support 1GbE, but whatever switch it's connected to is definitely 100MbE. Considering it's Intel, I doubt it would be 100MbE only.
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Otherway around, it might still support 1GbE, but whatever switch it's connected to is definitely 100MbE. Considering it's Intel, I doubt it would be 100MbE only.

Isn't the standard NIC LED signaling:
One Green = Connection at 10Mbps
Two Green = Connection at 100Mbps
One Green + One Amber = Connection at 1000Mbps
Blinking of the first green LED indicates activity.
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Isn't the standard NIC LED signaling:
One Green = Connection at 10Mbps
Two Green = Connection at 100Mbps
One Green + One Amber = Connection at 1000Mbps
Blinking of the first green LED indicates activity.

Yep, that is correct.
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Isn't the standard NIC LED signaling:
One Green = Connection at 10Mbps
Two Green = Connection at 100Mbps
One Green + One Amber = Connection at 1000Mbps
Blinking of the first green LED indicates activity.

One Green + One Amber = Connection at 100Mbps
Two Green = Connection at 1000Mbps

You can check this on any computer or any switch.
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One Green + One Amber = Connection at 100Mbps
Two Green = Connection at 1000Mbps
You can check this on any computer or any switch.


I guess it varies?

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/128fw/en/trouble.htm
Green + Yellow = 10Mbps
Green + Green = 100Mbps


http://support.gateway.com/s/Servers/COMPO/MOTHERBD/2514404/2514404faq16.shtml
Green = Connection at 10Mbps
Green + Green = Connection at 100Mbps
Green + Amber = Connection at 1000Mbps
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I guess it varies?
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/128fw/en/trouble.htm
Green + Yellow = 10Mbps
Green + Green = 100Mbps
http://support.gateway.com/s/Servers/COMPO/MOTHERBD/2514404/2514404faq16.shtml
Green = Connection at 10Mbps
Green + Green = Connection at 100Mbps
Green + Amber = Connection at 1000Mbps

We were both right redface.gif

Way off topic: LOL GATEWAY SERVERS
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We were both right redface.gif
Way off topic: LOL GATEWAY SERVERS

Intel NIC:
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/network/P29351/en/trouble.htm
https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB70994&cat=CORP_EMAIL_AND_WEB_SECURITY_APPLIANCE_HARDWARE_3000&actp=LIST
Green = Connection at 10Mbps
Green + Green = Connection at 100Mbps
Green + Amber = Connection at 1000Mbps


So yeah.... this system has a 1GbE NIC. thumb.gif
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So much like the Zotac i-3 that came out earlier this year. It's bigger but packs BluRay and expandability.

http://www.zotacusa.com/zbox-giga-id70-plus.html

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post #29 of 63
WC this puppy, full cover WB. Hopefully fully unlocked...overclock the heck out of it. Should be a perfect machine...lol
post #30 of 63
So does anyone know what is mSATA and mini-PCIe?
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