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Highpoint RocketRAID 3122(RR3122) 2 channel External PCI-e x1 to SATA II IOP RAID controller(card)

Highpoint RocketRAID 3122(RR3122) 2 channel External PCI-e x1 to SATA II IOP RAID controller(card)

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Scan code: LN24609 Manufacturer code: RocketRAID 3122 LF Request call
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Product Overview HighPoint RocketRAID 3122 comes with PCI-Ex1 host interface and Support RAID 0, 1 and JBOD. Features • Marvell 5182 (400MHz) IOP RAID Engine.
• PCI-Express x1.
• 2 eSATA 3 GB/s Device Port.
• Up to 2 SATA Hard Drives or 10 with PM (Port Multiplier).
• NCQ (Native Command Queuing).
• Low Profile.
Specifications
Specifications
Ports Total  
Ports Internal  
Ports External  
Connectors
  • 2 x eSATA 1.5Gb/s
  • 2 x SATA II - 3Gb/s
Interface PCIe x1
JBOD No
RAID Support
  • JBOD
  • RAID 0
  • RAID 1
  • RAID 10
Low Profile Compatible No
Cables Inc.  
Cache Memory  
Notes  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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