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August 14, 2001 3:26:15 PM

Not that I'm selling it I just want to know how much money I could hypothectically get out of this card?

The MegaRAID® Elite 1500 controller employs the latest 64-bit PCI RAID technology using the Intel® i960®RN I/O processor. Using two Ultra2 LVD SCSI channels, the controller offers ISPs, workgroups and departmental server environments unequalled performance and reliability.

Key Features
• IA-64 Ready
• Two Ultra2 LVD SCSI Channels
• 66 MHz 64-Bit ECC SDRAM Controller
• PCI 2.2 Compliant
• PCI Bus Master with Burst Data Rate up to 266 MB/s
• One DIMM Socket with 66 MHz or above 72-Bit Unbuffered 3.3 V ECC
SDRAM Supporting up to 128 MB
• Advanced Management and Configuration Utilities
• On-Board Battery Backup Module for Cache Memory included
• 64 MB ECC SDRAM included

Controller Specifications
• Intel i960®
• RN 64-Bit Intelligent I/O Processor
• 100 MHz i960JX Core
• 16 KB 2-Way I-Cache, 4 KB D-Cache
• PCI Bus Master with Burst Data Rate up
to 266 MB/s
• Universal 64-Bit PCI (32-bit PCI compatible)
• PCI 2.2 Compliant
• Full Length PCI Card (12.3”x4.2”)
• I2O Messaging Unit
• Built-in Hardware XOR Engine for RAID Parity
• On-Board Battery Backup Unit
• ACPI Support
• PC 99 Compliant

Controller Cache
• One DIMM Socket with 66 MHz 72-Bit
• Unbuffered 3.3 V ECC SDRAM
• Configurable from 32 MB to 128 MB DIMM
• SCSI Specifications
• One LSI Logic 53C896 Ultra2 LVD/SE Dual

SCSI Controller
• One LSI Logic 53C896 Ultra2 LVD/SE Dual
SCSI Controller
• Two External P68 Connectors (VHDC)
• Two Internal P68 Connectors (UHD)
• SCSI Cable Lengths of up to 12 Meters
• With LVD Drives
• Auto-Switching LVD-SE Terminators
• Automatic Termination Enable/Disable Via
• Cable Detection
• Optional Jumpers for SCSI Bus Termina-tion
and Termpwr Control

RAID Features
• Supports up to 15 Devices per Channel
• Supports RAID Levels 0, 1, 3, 5, 10, 30 and 50
• Tagged Command Queuing
• Supports Scatter/Gather
• Multi-Threading of up to 256 Commands
• Variable Stripe Size for All Logical Drives
• Write Through or Write Back on a Logical
Drive Basis
• Adaptive Read-Ahead
• I2O Shell Support

On-Board Peripherals
• 1 MB Flash ROM
• 32 K of NVRAM for RAID Configuration
• Audio Buzzer Indicates RAID System Error/
• RS232 Serial Communication Port for
Diagnostics and Debugging

Fault Tolerance
• COD - Configuration On Disk
• Automatic Detection of Failed Drives
• Automatic and Transparent Rebuild of Hot Spare Drives
• Hot Swapping of New Drives without
Bringing the System Down
• On-Board Battery Backup Module for Cache Memory
Provides up to 72-Hour Data Retention
• Support for SAF-TE Enclosure Management
• Serial Communication Interface SMART Support

Universal Driver Suite
• Novell® NetWare® 4.2 and 5.x
• Microsoft Windows NT®TM 4.0/2000
• SCO® UNIX® 5.0
• UNIXWare® and SMP 2.x and 7.0
• DOS 5.0 and Above
• Redhat Linux®
• Solaris x86 2.6, 7 and 8
• IBM OS/2 Warp and E-Business
• FreeBSD
• Win64, Linux64 and Monterey when Launched

MegaRAID® Management
• Power Console® Plus
• Creates and Manages Multiple Disk Arrays
• Controls and Monitors Multiple RAID Servers
• Programmable Rebuild Rate by Logical Drive
• Configuration Wizard
• Event Monitoring by Severity Level
• User Friendly GUI
• SNMP Support
• FlexRAID® Included
• Client and Server Modules All-in-One
• Schedulable Check Consistency
• Silent Install
• Hot Key “Boot-up” Configuration via BIOS WebBIOSTM
Browser-based BIOS Configruation Utility
• Color and Complete Mouse Control at Boot-Up Time
• BUI (Browser User Interface) Look and Feel
• Dynamic Links Set New Standards of Usability
• Point-and-Click Configuration
• Non-GUI MegaManager

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August 14, 2001 5:06:14 PM

25 cents but that's probably because i have no use for it... i'd give you more if you offered something i wanted :) 

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August 15, 2001 2:12:07 PM

35 cents eh... hm not quite what i paid for it.

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August 16, 2001 3:24:40 AM

I would say a good $150 - $250. I would throw the 128mb ram in it. And sell it at $250.

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August 16, 2001 2:17:06 PM

just wanted to know how bad I got screwed off of ebay. I bought it for 200.

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August 16, 2001 9:29:14 PM

why didnt you do this before you bought it......

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August 16, 2001 11:45:57 PM

You didn't get screwed, that is a decent price.

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August 17, 2001 2:28:14 PM

The auction ended in like 30 minutes and I thought it was an ok price.

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August 21, 2001 5:21:05 AM

No offence, but stupid people and their money certainly do make ebay go round. I once sold a used USB Sony burner to a guy for more then he would have paid to get it brand new. Obviously he had not look around at stores to see what it would cost in a retail area. Never got a complaint out of him and the burner worked fine, but stupid people are everwhere and they seem to have extra cash to burn.

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August 21, 2001 2:14:34 PM

You are right. But I did need a raid controller and it wasn't that bad of a price.

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