DELL 0FY387 PERC 5i RAID 256MB SAS PCI-E PE 1950 For Sale

DELL 0FY387 PERC 5i RAID 256MB SAS PCI-E PE 1950


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DELL 0FY387 PERC 5i Raid 256MB SAS PCI-E PE 1950

    DELL 0FY387 PERC 5i Raid 256MB SAS PCI-E PE 1950

    • typ: KONTROLER Raid
    • producent: DELL
    • dp/n: 0FY387
    • model: PERC 5i
    • interfejs: SAS
    • szyna: PCI-E x8
    • cache: 256MB
    • zastosowanie: PowerEdge 1950


 

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