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WTS - Raid Controller

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August 20, 2002 5:51:05 PM

$200 shipped(US)


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
Simultaneously
• 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
Storage
• Audio Buzzer Indicates RAID System Error/
Warning
• 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
• BSDI
• 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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October 18, 2002 9:22:38 PM

Make me an offer.

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October 18, 2002 11:29:03 PM

Thats a pretty good deal, the board reatails for like $850 But can still be foudn for like 300, new, but still kick ass deal.
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October 18, 2002 11:50:16 PM

ONE DOLAAAAAAAAAA!

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October 21, 2002 1:58:02 AM

Open to trades.

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October 21, 2002 1:59:18 AM

:wink:

Before you go spending all of your dad's money, don't you think you should talk it over with him?

muhhahaha...

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October 21, 2002 2:48:27 AM

Ehehehe, no one has made a deal yet, thus my bid remains the highest. Ehehehee.

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October 21, 2002 4:17:17 AM

2 dollah!!!
October 21, 2002 1:07:36 PM

You're outbid now!.. uh oh.. what are you gonna do...

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October 22, 2002 3:06:29 AM

twoooooo dollllaaaa and 1 cent!

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October 22, 2002 2:03:29 PM

If it makes you feel better everytime your bid goes up shipping cost go down :wink:

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October 22, 2002 3:54:48 PM

How did you end up with that?
That's a full size PCI card.
I don't know too much about them but doesn't that need to be put on a server motherboard with a 64bit PCI slot?
I don't know anyone who keeps a full size workstation or server in their home.


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October 22, 2002 5:06:39 PM

ebay.
yes.
nope, it can be ran in a 32 bit pci slot.
I do.

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October 22, 2002 11:39:55 PM

You must have one hell of a big ass case to have been able to fit that card into.

<font color=red><i>Doctor Hooter</i></font color=red> <A HREF="http://www.page3.com/" target="_new"><b>(·Y·)</b></A>
October 23, 2002 3:07:15 AM

I see!

<font color=red><i>Doctor Hooter</i></font color=red> <A HREF="http://www.page3.com/" target="_new"><b>(·Y·)</b></A>
October 23, 2002 10:37:28 AM

good lord, you actually have a K7 thunder mobo?

Soon enough, Intel will make the i845s...imagine dual channel Sdram...*shudder*
October 23, 2002 4:34:01 PM

Yep. It works good to. I have the S2462UNG. It has dual onboard u160 channels, dual nics, ing. 4mb video that can be used as a second video card in conjunction with my 9700pro. I also have a gig of Samsung pc2100 Reg. ECC memory. And right now i've unhooked all of it and hooked up my Celeron 366 to play Lords of the Realm II on windows 98. :lol: 

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