Intel does not have any PCI adapters that directly support any teaming modes (such as Link Aggregation) in Windows 7. However, if you create the team using one of the newer PCIe-based adapters, you should be able to add a PCI adapter to the team.
The Intel® Gigabit CT Desktop Adapter is compatible with a x1 PCIe slot. If you use this adapter to create the team, then you can add another port to the team.
By the way, unless you have a low-profile slot, don't get the low-profile adapter you listed. That adapter has a permanently attached low-profile bracket. You probably want an adapter with a standard-height bracket.
Have the same question too.
Well, I have an onboard Intel I217-V Ethernet adapter, which supports teaming and Link Aggregation, now I want to add two more PCI Gigabit adapters that can work in Link Aggregation Group, and the onboard one work at singal mode to support the another network.
So if I can add two PRO1000 GT NICs to do that? Or I should add PCIe NICs?
I have no more PCIe slots because of the huge Graphic Card : (