[ILUG] Highpoint Sata RAID
rick at linuxmafia.com
Fri Mar 25 16:35:49 GMT 2005
Quoting John Coleman (john.coleman at gmail.com):
> LSI's Sata Megaraid 300 series also looks interesting.
Yes, those are always good.
> I'm trying to find a source for 3Ware 8506-8 / 9500S-8 and the LSI
> Sata Megaraid 150-6 /Intel SRCS16 (OEM Clone - same BIOS, Firmware,
> on-card utils) after losing out on an eBay bid by a smidgen at 2am
> this morning.
Intel's "product brief" for the SRCS16 at
http://www.intel.com/design/servers/raid/srcs16/ reveals that it's
based on a trio of Silicon Image 3112A SATA chips, assisted by an i80302
dedicated I/O processor using 64MB of ECC SDRAM. Neat little card, and
it could be a good performer, but its use of SiI 3112A suggests
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