The HighPoint RocketRAID 2310
The HighPoint RocketRAID 2310 is a very small card that uses a PCI-E 4x slot (8x and 16x compatible). There are four single SATA ports, two on the back and two on the side. The circular piece is a buzzer that will make a noise should a drive fail.
The back side of the card has some additional components, but nothing that the user can set or configure.
HighPoint includes a printed manual, something that we don't see very often these days, but a welcome addition as well as a driver disk.
The 2310 also comes with a low profile mounting bracket and four extended SATA cables that will make installing the drives further away from the controller easier.
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