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StarTech.com SAT2CF SATA to Compact Flash SSD Adapter

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This SATA to CF SSD adapter features a SATA male power connector and a SATA male data connector, as well as a Compact Flash port, allowing you to connect a Compact Flash type media card to a laptop computer in place of a serial ATA hard drive. A Do-it-yourself SSD solution, the CF to SATA adapter allows Compact Flash, Compact Flash 2, or MicroDrive media to be used on a notebook computer as a bootable hard drive and requires no software or driver installation.


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Model

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Brand
StarTech.com
Model
SAT2CF

Details

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Color
Black
Changer Type
SATA to Compact Flash
Specifications
Connectors:
1 x SATA (22 pin, data and power)
1 x Compact Flash Slot

Cards Supported:
Compact Flash Type I, II, and MicroDrive

NOTE: Hot swapping not supported

Features

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Features
All-in-one onboard solution takes care of conversion. No software/drivers or cables required
Compatible with Compact Flash I/II, MicroDrive
Use your Compact Flash card to act as the primary bootable device
This SATA to CF SSD adapter features a SATA male power connector and a SATA male data connector, as well as a Compact Flash port, allowing you to connect a Compact Flash type media card to a laptop computer in place of a serial ATA hard drive.
A Do-it-yourself SSD solution, the CF to SATA adapter allows Compact Flash, Compact Flash 2, or MicroDrive media to be used on a notebook computer as a bootable hard drive and requires no software or driver installation.

Dimensions & Weight

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Weight
20

Package Contents

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Package Contents
91456G

Additional Information

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Date First Available
February 11, 2008
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Gets the job done 1/14/2011 11:29:51 PM

Pros: Works fine on my Intel D510mo, no real problems with it.

Cons: Only works when sata is set to AHCI (as opposed to IDE emulation) for my motherboard, not a big problem as I usually run AHCI anyways.

Overall Review: If you want to keep this inside your case you may want to shield the circuit board with something nonconductive (like electrical tape) so it won't accidentally ground anything out on your case chassis.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Works 7/27/2008 6:42:11 PM

Pros: It is recognized by my sony laptop, my dell laptop, a supermicro board, but not my intel desktop board.

Cons: My Intel 575xbx didn't see it, but I didn't try too hard either.

Overall Review: Should work with most any board that a regular sata drive works on. I loaded pfSense on a adata speedy 4gb cf card and the supermicro board with 4 on board 1000 mbit lan ports.

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