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SIIG's DP eSATA 6Gb/s 2-Port PCIe i/e is a high performance eSATA host adapter designed to add two (one internal and one external) Serial ATA 6Gb/s channels to your PCIe-equipped computer for additional hard disk drive connections. It supports SATA hard disk drives up to 3TB, ATA/ATAPI-7 specification as well as port multiplier. This dual-profile host adapter can be installed in standard height or low profile chassis with the included bracket. It is the ideal solution to enable fast, large volume data transferring for your bandwidth-hungry applications.
The DP eSATA 6Gb/s 2-Port PCIe i/e host adapter is fully compliant with PCI Express Base Specification Revision 2.0, Serial ATA specification revision 3.0 with FCC Class B (DoC) and CE regulatory approved and RoHS-compliant. It supports a wide variety of Windows operating systems and is backed by SIIG's limited 5-year warranty.
Pros: Able to use 2nd PCIE 16 slot for SATA 6 gig
Other Thoughts: Works with Windows -7 64 bit. No issuse running QCZ SSD
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Conflicts with Motherboard BIOS - does not recognize drives
Cons: Prevents you from entering into setup mode of the PC's BIOS. Removing the SIIG card resolves that problem. When installed, the card itself seems to be operational, as its BIOS message flashes up briefly during reboot. When the SIIG-provided driver is installed prior to hardware installation, it also shows up in Windows Device Manager. However, it does not recognize any drives connected to it - says no drives are connected in BIOS startup message, and, logically, Windows Storage Manager will not show any drives either. (I tried various SATAI through SATAIII drives, switched SATA cables, etc. without success.)
Other Thoughts: Not recommended.
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