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Can Someone Help Me Pick A Good Wired Network Card From This List?

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I just got an old ASUS TUV4X motherboard for cheap.

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It has no port to connect an ethernet patch cord to go on the net. So I was told I need to buy a wired network card. I wanted to get one from this reliable store that is very close to me. Can someone help me pick a good one from the list on this link that would be reliable enough for constant internet usage, and last years. It's for home use, but I use the internet almost all day long every single day. I don't want to get anything that's going to screw with me and not work, or load pages with errors, etc. I'm constantly receiving very important crucial data. I have no idea what the features mean on most of the one's on this list. Click each of the few products and you'll see all the specs. & hey if the cheapest one is good enough let me know! Because I have no idea if those extra features on some are important or not.

Budget: $30 MAX

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For standard internet use the cheapest one is more than enough.
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In my opinion, I would go with the D-Link DGE-530T network card. I have always been a fan of D-Link products, and it supports 1000mb/s transfer speeds.
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