Kingston EtheRx compatability?

Kingston EtheRx compatability?

Post by Paul Engli » Sat, 18 Jan 1997 04:00:00

I've seen things on this newsgroup to indicate this, but I just want
to confirm.

The Kingston EtheRx is supposedly based on the DEC (tulip) 21040 chip,
and is compatible with the 'tulip' driver.
I see the "combo" version of this card available for $45 in Computer Shopper,
and it seems to me that this is the cheapest PCI card I'm going to get, with
great performance.
(since I don't see the point of a PCI NE2K clone.. )
Just trying to avoid a possible big mistake.. "hey, that's half the price
of a nice ISA card!"



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