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Highpoint e.SATA Kit V2.0 Review

By: Cameron Johnson | Accessories in Storage | Posted: Nov 6, 2003 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8.0%Manufacturer: Highpoint

Specifications of the e.SATA Kit V2.0

 

Host Adapter

 

Highpoint RocketRAID 1524

 

Host side interface

 

32bit, 33MHz

 

Disk Interface

 

Serial ATA

 

Number of SATA channels

 

2

 

Number of e.SATA™ channels

 

2

 

Maximum number of drives

 

4

 

Supported Hard drives

 

Serial ATA hard disks, IDE hard disk drives (with RocketHead 100 converter)

 

Supported RAID Levels

 

RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0/1, JBOD

 

Supported OS

 

Windows 98/ME, Windows NT4.0, Win2000, Windows XP, Linux (SuSE, Red Hat, Caldera, Turbo), and FreeBSD

 

RAID Management Tool

 

RAID Configuration and Management

 

GUI Function

 

RAID Configuration and Management (compatible with BIOS)

 

External Enclosure

 

RocketMate 1200

 

Case Material

 

Aluminum

 

Inner Case size

 

Fits 2x 3.5" factory IDE Hard Disk Drive

 

Power Supply

 

AC input: 100-240V

 

AC 50-60Hz

 

DC output: 12V @ 1.7A

 

Interface

 

e.SATA (External Serial ATA) to SATA

 

Supported hard drives

 

SATA Hard disk drives

 

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