Dell Broadcom 5709 PCI-E Dual-Port Network Card Adapter F169G


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Product Overview

Dell Broadcom 5709 PCI-E Dual Port Network Card Adapter

Tested and pulled from a working Dell PowerEdge server. Includes bracket.

Dell Part # F169G, G218C

The Dell Broadcom® NetXtremeTM II 5709 NIC supports multiple functions over a unified fabric to help simplify network management and is easily deployable. It features TCP/IP Offload Engine (TOE) technology for Windows® that offloads the TCP/IP processing from the server CPU onto the LAN adapter. A NIC with TOE technology helps preserve valuable CPU cycles for applications processing and improves overall server performance and network efficiency. This product has been tested and validated on Dell systems. It is supported by Dell Technical Support when used with a Dell system.


Offers Offload, iSCSI and TOE (TCP off-load engine) support

Equipped with 10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T transceivers

Features full fast-path TCP processing engine


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Warranty Information

90-day parts replacement warranty


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  • 5
    It just works

    Posted by Dion on 3rd Mar 2014

    Ordered several of these to upgrade our servers. Arrived on time and cheaper than Dell could provide.

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