Is this expansion card compatible with the TX1? It’s a PCIe x4 board with a USB 3.1 jack and a Micro USB jack. The box says QICENT but the docs mention the Asmedia title.
If you have a URL which shows chip set, it might be possible to predict which driver is used…and that would mean being able to check if this architecture works with that driver. One big problem on answering such question is that even minor changes in product labels can mean different chip sets, so more detail on specific product is mandatory.
Computers & Accessories >> FireWire Port Cards Providing both SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 Type-C and Type-A ports, this QICENT USB 3.1 2-Port PCIe Express Card is a simple and economical solution for adding the latest high speed 10 Gbps USB 3.1 ports to any desktop computers or servers. USB 3.1 enables you to transfer videos, music, photos, data files between USB devices and the computer at enhanced transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps.
Crafted with ASM1142 chipset, durable multilayer PCB board and galvanized sheet steel, this QICENT USB 3.1 2-Port PCI-E Express Card offers an excellent solution to use USB 3.1 devices on your standard desktop PC.
PCIe or SATA 15-pin power connector for power supply
Supply power directly from PCIe bus or from 15-pin SATA power connector. When using the 15-pin SATA power connector, it supports up to 5V 2A bus power on each USB 3.1 port.
Material: PCB, galvanized sheet steel
Support 5V Max 2A power output to each USB 3.1 device
Built-in over current protection and short circuit protection on each USB port
Support SuperSpeed+ (10 Gbps), SuperSpeed (5 Gbps), HighSpeed (480 Mbps), and FullSpeed (12 Mbps) transaction (Note: The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected.)
Support PCIe 1.0, PCIe 2.0, or PCIe 3.0 motherboard, Compliant with PCI Express Base 3.0 Specification, Compliant with Universal Serial Bus 3.1 Specification
So the above does mention chipset: ASM1142. Is that enough info? Thanks for the response!