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HighPoint RocketRAID 2760 Switch Architecture PCI-E x16 24-Port SAS/SATA 6Gb/s Controller - The Packaging

HighPoint has something special here; something capable of transferring a dual layer DVD's worth of data in just one second. We make the most of what this controller is capable of thanks to Crucial sending over 24 RealSSD C300 drives.

| RAID/HBA in Storage | Posted: Sep 30, 2010 8:02 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: HighPoint Technology

The Packaging

 

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HighPoint does a very good job getting their message and buzz clips on the front of the package. Here we see enough information on the front of the package to get your attention in a retail store.

 

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Nothing is left to the imagination; on the back of the package HPT lists all of the features and specifications. A small introduction is also given as is a brief explanation about switching architecture.

 

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A quick highlight of features is listed on the side. HPT also lists the supported operating systems; Windows, Linux and FreeBSD.

 

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The other side of the package lists the contents.

 

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The inner packaging consists of two pieces of open cell foam that sandwich the controller in the middle.

 

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The accessories are kept under the lowest piece of foam. Our sample didn't ship with the six cables that are used to connect the controller to backplanes since we needed a different configuration, but the retail controller ships with those accessories.

 

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