MR SAS 9361-8i LSI 12Gb/s PCI Express SAS+SATA Battery RAID Controller LSICVM02 For Sale

MR SAS 9361-8i LSI 12Gb/s PCI Express SAS+SATA Battery RAID Controller LSICVM02


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MR SAS 9361-8i LSI 12Gb/s PCI Express SAS+SATA Battery RAID Controller LSICVM02:
$370

Was taken from Dell Precision 7910 Workstation.

Great fully working condition!

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SAS 9361-8i Controller offers reliability and performance in addition to providing management with the tolerant disk subsystem failures. This MegaRAID controller offers expandable 1 GB storage capacity to improve the performance of your server systems. The double module channel provides high-speed connectivity. This product has been tested and validated on Dell systems to ensure compatibility with your computer. It is supported by Dell Technical Support when used with a Dell system.

  • Unmatched RAID performance for next-generation servers and storage
  • Enterprise data
  • Support for advanced software options

Tech SpecsDevice TypeStorage controller (RAID) - plug-in cardBus TypePCIeInterfaceSATA 6Gb/s / SAS 12Gb/sData Transfer Rate12 GBpsBuffer Size1 GBSupported DevicesHard drive, disk array (RAID), solid state driveChannel Qty8RAID LevelRAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10Designed ForPrecision Tower 5810, 7810, 7910


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