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Highpoint 2680SGL RocketRAID 8 Port SAS/SATA RAID Controller

Highpoint 2680SGL RocketRAID, Internal 8x SAS/SATA, OEM, Card Only

Highpoint
Scan code: LN37383 Manufacturer code: RR2680SGL Request call
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Product Overview The RocketRAID 2680 is a high-performance SAS RAID solution, delivering reliability to demanding data-intensive applications such as tiered storage environments (disk-to -disk), security and surveillance, video editing, and digital content creation. Support for both SAS and SATA 3Gb/s drives on the same controller maintains configuration optimization for performance based on the characteristics of SAS and SATA drives available today. Features • PCI-Express x 4 interface.
• Direct Connect up to 8 3GB/s SAS or SATA Hard Drives.
• NCQ (Native Command Queuing).
• Low Profile.
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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