3Ware 9650SE SATA II RAID - 24-port Multi-lane kit

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9650SE-24M8KIT


3Ware 9650SE SATA II RAID - 24-port Multi-lane kit

Key Features

Full Height 24 x Ports Multi-lane Connector Type 8th-generation StorSwitch non-blocking switched architecture On-board I/O RISC processor and RAID offload provides true hardware RAID Bootable array support for greater fault tolerance Variable stripe size for performance tuning by application 64-bit LBA support ATA pass-through mode support 32 pooled DMA channels

 

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  • Cache

    512MB

  • Compatible Operating Systems

    2.4 Linux Kernel
    2.6 Linux Kernel
    Fedora
    FreeBSD
    Microsoft Windows 2000
    Microsoft Windows 2003
    Microsoft Windows XP
    Red Hat Linux
    SUSE Linux

  • Data Transfer Rate

    300 MBps

  • Drive Support

    SATA

  • Input/Output

    3 x Multi-lane M8 (Internal)

  • Interface

    PCI-E x8

  • Manufacturer

    3ware

  • RAID Support (SAS)

    Single Disk

  • RAID Support (SATA)

    JBOD Support
    RAID 0
    RAID 1
    RAID 5
    RAID 6
    RAID 10
    RAID 50

  • RAID Type

    SAS
    SATA

  • What's included?

    Cable
    Driver CD
    Manual

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