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    Combo SATA (Serial ATA) and PATA(IDE) PCI RAID Controller Card
    Product # 2664
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    Combo SATA (Serial ATA) and PATA(IDE) PCI RAID Controller Card

    Only SATA supports RAID
    Supports PCI plug and Play. PCI interrupt sharing and coexists with mainboard IDE controller.
    Supports IDE bus master operation
    4KB to 64KB striping block size support
    Bootable disk or disk arry support
    Real-time monitoring of device status and error alarm with popup message box and beeping
    Supports hot-swap failed disk in RAID1 array
    Mirroring automatic background rebuilds support
    ATA SMART function support
    MS windows 98,ME,NT4.0,2000,XP operating systems support
    Event log for easy troubleshooting
    On-lne help for easy operation for RAID software

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    is this PCI 2.2 compatible or is 2.3 required?
    A shopper on Apr 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I don't believe this card REQUIRES a 2.3 motherboard, however almost every MB for the last decade has been 2.3. I might add that it is only a $10 gamble. If I were you, I would just give it a try. Monoprice is very good about returns.
    4.8 / 5.0
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    2/5
    This works only in windows. I planned to use for imaging notebook SATA and PATA harddisk with Norton Ghost. Does NOT work in DOS mode.
    It also seems only capable of booting off a 2 drive RAID configuration. No single drive booting capability. Don't buy if you're wanting to add single SATA or PATA hdd booting .
    September 29, 2007
    benq flash
    Worked flawlesly with Jungleflasher. Updated my BenQ FW from ixtreme 1.4 to 1.6
    May 18, 2009
    Not for Linux!
    My mistake may be to your benefit, if you run a linux machine the RAID
    rom what I gather, preferred RAID drivers for linux (over the sata_via in the PCI card in question) are:

    Driver Manufacturer Model

    sata_sil24 Sicicon Image Sil 3124, Sil 3132, and Sil 3531

    ahci Intel ICH6-10, ESB2, Tolopai
    VIA VT 8251
    Marvel 6121, 6145
    SiS 966,968
    AMD SB600/700/800
    JMicron 360, 361, 363, 365, 366
    ULi M 5288
    nVidea MCP65, 67, 73, 77, 79, 7B

    PROS: Probably an easy, low-cost card for Windows users

    CONS: Won't readily work with linux, driver is not preferred for linux (see below)
    Too hard to set up for most newer linux users
    September 4, 2010
    great card to update older system
    I don't need RAID and didn't try it. I wanted to add a couple of new 1 TB SATA hard drives and a couple of old IDE hard drives to a Pentium 4 machine with Win XP SP3. This card recognized the drives immediately and only added about two seconds to POST. Windows installer asked for the driver disk, after which installation was automatic. I don't know if the drivers on the included driver & utility disk are the latest & greatest, but they worked fine.

    Package includes the board, one SATA data cable, driver & utility mini disk, and an instruction manual mainly concerned with RAID.
    July 21, 2011
    Nice little card for 10 bucks
    I had a situation where I installed a new motherboard in my home computer and it only supported two SATA channels. Additionally, in the last build of my home machine, I had a Promise TX2000 RAID controller running RAID 1 on two 400Gb IDE drives. So, on the new computer (that has RAID on the motherboard) I created a 750gb array on two new SATA drives but wanted to reuse by two 400Gb IDE drives that I had previously connected to my Promise TX2000.

    The Promise card wouldnt work, as its old enough it doesnt support PCI sharing, so I couldnt use it, RAID or otherwise (it conflicted with the on board SIS RAID controller). So I purchased this card. The instruction manual is titled Creative I/O SATA RAID Controller Card 2 Ports SATA & 1 Port IDE. Furthermore, the instructions indicate that only SATA supports RAID. Well, I really only wanted it for the IDE port, but having the two extra SATA channels is a great bonus for when these drives finally bite the dust.

    Installing it was simple and it recognized my two IDE drives without any problems. I installed the RAID utility to see what it contained and its the normal VIA RAID utility. Even though it the instructions say it only support SATA RAID, it appears that it WILL support RAID 1 on the IDE channel, as I have created a RAID array and am currently mirroring the two drives. Not that I intend to keep them in an array, since I actually have them mounted in Monoprice Mobile Racks (which are actually bytechusa.com SNT-1122s) so they can easily be removed from my machine for off-site backup purposes.

    So far, the VIA RAID utility is 9% synchronized. It will be interesting to see if the RAID array really works with the IDE drives. If so, it will be one of the cheapest IDE RAID controllers Ive every purchased.

    So far Im very pleased. One minor thing I did notice, however, is that the connector leads on the board are not gold plated. Hopefully this wont cause me problems in the future!
    August 3, 2008
    5/5
    this is the one you want for the 360 :) check the picture of the chip :)
    January 11, 2007
    awesome product
    I bought this, along with the SATA to eSATA bracke, worked like a charm. Attached to external hard drives to my server, provides quick and easy access to all my files.

    PROS: Easy to set up, Plug and Play
    August 19, 2013
    Perfect solution
    My PC only had one SATA connection on the motherboard. I hooked this up to my old hard drive and in a few quick steps had access to all of my files.

    PROS: Quick, easy, works great.

    CONS: None to report
    January 8, 2011
    works just fine
    5/5

    PROS: Works just fine, didn't have to do anything but physically install it and it worked. Good price for a raid card, though I didn't set up a raid.

    CONS: None
    July 24, 2012
    Great product
    Monoprice had the best price, great service and quick shipment. Thanks!
    October 5, 2009

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