Sabrent Thunderbolt 3 to 10 Gbps RJ-45 Ethernet Adapter (TH-S3EA)
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|Hardware interface||USB, Ethernet, Thunderbolt|
|Operating System||Windows 7|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||10.8 x 7.4 x 2.2 centimetres|
|Data link protocol||IEEE 802.3, USB, Ethernet|
About this item
- Thunderbolt 3 speed and reliability.
- Solid aluminum construction for maximum heat dissipation. Anti-skid rubber bumper for added protection.
- 10G speed and full backward compatibility for: 5G / 2.5G / 1000M / 100M / 10M bps Base-T.
- Full IEEE802.3an NBASE-T compliance.
- Bus-powered, no need for additional external adapters.
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The Sabrent Thunderbolt 3 to 10 Gigabit RJ-45 Ethernet Adapter allows the user’s computer to instantly connect to a 10Gbps / 5Gbps / 2.5Gbps /1000Mbps/ 100Mbps network through an existing Thunderbolt 3 port. No need to purchase an extra Gigabit network card and share a PCI or Cardbus slot; the adapter ensures true 10Gbps / 5Gbps / 2.5Gbps / 1000Mbps / 100Mbps network speed without any compromise.
Thunderbolt 3 speed and reliability.
Solid aluminum construction for maximum heat dissipation.
Anti-skid rubber bumper for added protection.
10G speed and full backward compatibility for: 5G / 2.5G / 1000M / 100M / 10M bps Base-T.
Full IEEE802.3an NBASE-T compliance.
Bus-powered, no need for additional external adapters.
* NOT COMPATIBLE WITH USB TYPE-C. Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type-C are NOT the same technology.
PC with Thunderbolt 3 interface.
Windows 7 SP1 or higher / Mac OS.
Thunderbolt 3 to 10 Gbps Ethernet Adapter.
Thunderbolt 3 cable.
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I've tried this in both Windows 10 and Linux. I've tried so many driver versions, and no matter what, it's unstable. When it works, it works great - but only for a few minutes at a time.
Reading more about this I've learnt it's based on the RTL8156 chip, and that it has fundamental issues. There's a newer RTL8156B variant which apparently fixes some of these issues.
I used a pair of these devices when migrating data from an old NAS to a new NAS - worked flawlessly.