Lycom ST-126 SATA II 3Gbps 1-To-5 Port Multiplier PCI Low Profile Host Adapter
• Low Profile PCI Form Factor
• Includes Low profile PCI and Regular size PCI two Brackets
• Occupies the space of one PCI or PCIe slot
• Full support for FIS-based switching and command-based switching SATA host controllers
• Advanced data aggregation architecture for ultra-fast read and write operations with FIS-based switching controllers
• LED Pin Header connection for SATA II Host & 5 devices & Power On & System Ready
• Auto-negotiation support for 1.5Gbps, 3Gbps and 6Gbps SATA drives
• Work with PortMultiplier-aware SATA II Motherboard and LyCOM SATA II Host controllers like ST-124, ST-124NR, ST-125, ST-125NR, 64-105i, PE-100, PE-100N, PE-105N, PE-103, PE-103R5
• 100% OS-transparent hardware bridge converter to support PC, MAC and Linux, no driver required
• Fully RoHS compliant
• Chipset : SiI3726
|Ports Total||5 Port|
|Connectors||5 x SATA II - 3Gb/s|
|Low Profile Compatible||Yes|
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