Condenser microphones require power to operate. I'm not sure what they are doing to have it work at all via just plugging in to a sound card, but you'll need phantom power and may still have issues as there are a fair number of reviews that complain about the quality of the mic in general from looking around. Not sure how many of the good reviews are legit vs fake as many of the good reviews seem to be a bit unbelievable for a $15-$30 condenser mic (most decent condensers are in the $200+ range and would include a built in power supply if designed for use with a PC.)
There are some exceptions to that rule, but generally speaking, you get what you pay for. If price is really a limiting factor, you might try something like Behringer's C-1 (runs about $50 us, so a little less than twice the one you got). It's USB based and gets the power it needs from there. Behringer is a decentish brand, but is kind of hit or miss in terms of the quality of the sound. Not sure which side the C-1 falls on.