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RECOMMENDED HARDWARE: SATA-II 4-port PCI RAID Card (Linux)

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--Just bought a SATA card for Linux usage and am (so far) pretty happy with it.

MODEL: ADSA3R5-E eSATA/3-Port RAID5/JBOD SATA II PCI $75.00

SHIPPING/HANDLING $16.55 (2nd day air)

S U M M A R Y T O T A L

Taxable Amount $0.00

Exempt Amount $91.55

Sub-Total $91.55

Tax $0.00

T o t a l $91.55

--This card has a nice lot of features - (3) internal SATA ports and (1) external eSATA port. RAID 5/10/JBOD/etc.

--Works with Linux *Ubuntu 6.06LTS and up, including 64-bit.

Based on Silicon Image chipset SiI 3124.

\# Also Supports Serial ATA II Port Multiplier 1.0 Specifications revision 1.1

http://www.addonics.com/products/host_controller/adsa3r5-e.asp

--Tested with Win XP Pro also.

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devzero
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if you want using the raid features, you should mind that this card doesn`t offer real hardware raid. it's so called fakeraid. anyway, sil 3124 is a popular chipset for sata cards

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roland

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devzero
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if you want using the raid features, you should mind that this card doesn`t offer real hardware raid. it's so called fakeraid. anyway, sil 3124 is a popular chipset for sata cards

regards

roland

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