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8 Port internal SAS/SATA RAID card with FH/LP Brackets from adaptec 2266900-R

8 Port Adaptec 5805Z Low-Profile MD2 SATA/SAS PCI-e with Intelligent Power Management & Zero-Maintenance

Adaptec
Scan code: LN43394 Manufacturer code: 2266900-R Request call
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Product Overview The Series 5Z family of high-performance Adaptec Unified Serial® (SATA/SAS) RAID controllers offers both high I/O transaction and high bandwidth processing for use with cost-effective, high-capacity SATA drives or high-performance SAS drives. The Adaptec RAID 5805Z utilizes industry-leading dual core RAID on Chip (ROC), 512MB of DDR2 write cache, and connectivity with the latest x8 PCI-Express to deliver over 250,000 I/Os 1.2GBs. Using SAS expanders, it can connect up to 256 SATA/SAS devices. Features • Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection.
• Intelligent Power Management.
• 8 internal ports.
• MD2 – Low profile form factor.
• 1.2GHz Dual Core RAID on Chip (ROC).
• 8-Lane PCI-Express bus interface.
• 0, 1, 1E, 5, 5EE, 6, 10, 50, 60, JBOD.
• 512MB DDR2 cache.
• 4GB NAND flash for cache protection.
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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
36 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Telephone:
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