Dell Adaptec AAR-2610SA/64MB 6 Port PCI-X SATA RAID Controller with 6 Cables For Sale

Dell Adaptec AAR-2610SA/64MB 6 Port PCI-X SATA RAID Controller with 6 Cables


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Dell Adaptec AAR-2610SA/64MB 6 Port PCI-X SATA RAID Controller with 6 Cables :
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This is a, Genuine Original OEM Dell Adaptec 6-Port PCI RAID CERC SATA Controller Card Compatible Dell Part Number: XD084 Dell Adaptec 6-Port PCI Raid CERC SATA Controller Card
  • The Adaptec Serial ATA RAID 2610SA is a 6-port Serial ATA RAID controller
  • Supports Adaptec's advanced feature set, including Optimized Disk Utilization, Online Capacity Expansion and RAID Level Migration
  • Supports SATA 2 features including enclosure management and backplanes
  • OS support includes Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, NetWare 6.5, RedHat Linux and SuSE Linux, SCO UnixWare and Caldera Open UNIX
  • RAID Level Migration
  • 64 MB of fixed ECC SDRAM cache memory
  • Interface: PCI
  • Connectivity: SATA
  • Number of Ports: 6
  • 64MB Cache
  • Compatible Part Numbers: XD084, AAR-2610SA/64MB, AARdell5 RD CTRL 5A480-2610SA


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