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Lycom ST-125NR eSATA II-3Gbps External (eSATA)+3Internal 4Ports LP PCI 32bit Host (Non-Raid)

Lycom ST-125NR eSATA II-3Gbps External (eSATA)+3Internal 4Ports LP PCI 32bit Host (Non-Raid)

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Scan code: LN24295 Manufacturer code: ST-125NR
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Product Overview eSATA II ¡V 3Gbps 4Ports with Port Multiplier and NCQ!
This 32bit PCI Host Adapter can upgrade your desktop computer to have four SATA II Channels. The board
provides a 66 MHz PCI interface on the host side and four fully compliant SATA II 3Gbps ports on the device
side to access Serial ATA mobile external and internal storage devices such as hard disk drive, ZIP drive,
CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM. Features • SATA II External Connector (eSATA) on External port.
• Provides 2 Brackets to Support Low profile PCI and Regular size PCI in one card.

PCI
• Compliant with PCI Specification, revision 2.3
• Supports 66 MHz PCI with 32-bit data.
• Internal application interface multiplexed to 4 ports.
• All registers appear in unified memory space.
• Full-chip command completion status accessible with single PCI burst access.
• I/O port access to register space.
• Low Profile PCI form factor.

High Speed Serial ATA
• Fully compliant with Serial ATA 1.0a and Serial ATA II Extensions to Serial ATA 1.0a Specifications
revision 1.1
• Hot-plug capability.
• Supports Serial ATA Generation 2 transfer rate of 3.0 Gb/s.
• Supports SATA II First-party DMA commands for Native Command Queuing (NCQ).
• Supports Serial ATA II Port Multiplier 1.0 Specifications revision 1.1
• Plesiochronous, Single PLL architecture, 1 PLL for 4 ports.
• Supports four independent Serial ATA channels.
• Independent Link, Transport, data FIFO, command fetch, scatter/gather, and command execution.
• 31 Commands and Scatter/Gather Tables per Port.
• Supports bootable drive.
• Four Pin header on board for LED connection.
• Completely with drivers for Windows 2000, XP and 2003 Serve.
• Supports 64bit / 32bit Windows Vista.
• Mac OS X v10.4 Non-booting driver supported by SiliconImage SiI3124.
• Linux 32bit / 64bit drivers supported for Fedora Core2, Fedora Core3, Fedora Core4, RHEL 3.0 Up2, RHEL
4.0, RHEL 4.0 Up1, SuSE 9.0 SP1 RC5, SuSE Pro 9.3 by SiliconImage SiI3124.
• Fully RoHS compliant.
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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