Newlink 2 port ATA-133 PCI IDE RAID Card for 4 PATA Hard Drives
  • Newlink 2 port ATA-133 PCI IDE RAID Card for 4 PATA Hard Drives

Newlink 2 port ATA-133 PCI IDE RAID Card for 4 PATA Hard Drives

PCI IDE RAID Cards allow connection of up to four IDE/ATAPI Devices they can support ATA-133 Hard Drives over 137 Gig capacity. RAID is a method... [see below for full description]
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NLATA133-RAI
0.30 kg
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PCI IDE RAID Cards allow connection of up to four IDE/ATAPI Devices they can support ATA-133 Hard Drives over 137 Gig capacity. RAID is a method where two or more disks are used to store data. Data can be read simultaneously from more than one drive providing better performance. Usually used on servers. Specification 2 Independent IDE/ATA Channels Compliant with PCI Specification Revision 2.2 Compliant with PCI IDE Controller Specification Revision 1.0 Support PIO0-4 MDMA0-2 and UDM0-5 Support RAID sets (striped mirrored & mirrored striped) or single drive configuration Mirrored set error detection error recovery real-time auto-rebuild warm swap Supports up to four IDE/ATA Devices Supports large capacity Hard Drives in excess of 137GB Supports Ultra and Multiword DMA timing modes CRC (Cyclical Redundancy Check) 128 Bytes Buffer Built in 80 Pin cable detect circuitry Supports Bus Master DMA at 133 MB/sec PCI burst rate 3.3V Operating Voltage with 5V tolerant I/O System Requirements IBM Compatible Pentium PC Windows 98SE/ME/NT 4.0/2000/XP or Linux Available PCI Slot Driver: Raid Utility 0680-W-R-SATARaid Silicon Image ver 0.0.1 The Driver file version is Microsoft atapi.sys 5.1.2600.5512(xpsp.080413-2108)
Country of Origin China
RoHS Compliant Yes
SVHC TBA
Ends IDE
Ports 2 port

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