Link to seller please?Thanks to all for the info in this great thread!
I quickly found out I had a counterfeit I350 card and replaced it with a *real* Dell server pull. The counterfeit was working fine for about 5 months, but wasn't going to take any chances. Contacted eBay seller, didn't expect anything, and they promised a discount on next purchase through them. Mainly wanted to inform them about their supplier for future reference.
Here's the eBay link to the seller of the Dell I350, but doesn't look like they have any more.Link to seller please?
He's got a 1TB spinner IBM HD listed as a "Plug In Module"Here's the eBay link to the seller of the Dell I350, but doesn't look like they have any more.
syil443 on eBay
I also purchased a Cisco I350 server pull from this seller; looks like they have another one. A couple components on the card are just a little bit different, but main ones look genuine. Only short bracket on these, but full brackets are available from lots of sellers. I might grab another one from this seller for a spare.
ferrash00 on eBay
Yeah, saw that also, rather strange.He's got a 1TB spinner IBM HD listed as a "Plug In Module"
Yeah, I swear like 90% of the cards I've looked at are fakes. I tried to find a card that was as close to identical to the genuine Dell card in this thread. The image on the listing was identical to the genuine card, but the one I received was slightly different. The listing said they were server pulls, but who knows.If it's a Dell card, it's not as high a chance to be a fake. I finally gave up on finding a genuine intel dual 1000PT server pci-x and went with the HP version that were genuine server pulls and cheaper too boot. Still have them all running too.