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Syba Sd-pex40035 3-port Ide/sata Pcie Card

MPN: SD-PEX40035 | SKU: MH7564
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  • Based on Marvel 88SE9128 PCI-Express 2.0 SATA 6Gbps RAID controller
  • Unique Hard Drive activity LED indicator circuit design: the LED Blinks when there is read/write activity on any one of the Hard Drive connected to the motherboard SATA port or to this Add-on card
  • Supports hardware RAID 0 and RAID 1
  • Supports Native Command Queue (NCQ)
  • Supports SATA port Multiplier FIS based switching or Command based switching
  • Based on Marvel 88SE9128 PCI-Express 2.0 SATA 6Gbps Hardware RAID Controller
  • 1-Lane PCI-Express 2.- Interface Supports Communication Speed of 2.5Gbps and 5.0Gpbs
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  • Based on Marvel 88SE9128 PCI-Express 2.0 SATA 6Gbps RAID controller
  • Unique Hard Drive activity LED indicator circuit design: the LED Blinks when there is read/write activity on any one of the Hard Drive connected to the motherboard SATA port or to this Add-on card
  • Supports hardware RAID 0 and RAID 1
  • Supports Native Command Queue (NCQ)
  • Supports SATA port Multiplier FIS based switching or Command based switching
  • Based on Marvel 88SE9128 PCI-Express 2.0 SATA 6Gbps Hardware RAID Controller
  • 1-Lane PCI-Express 2.- Interface Supports Communication Speed of 2.5Gbps and 5.0Gpbs
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Description

PCIe 1x PATA and 2x SATA3 Raid Controller Card, Speed up to 6 Gbps. Expand your PCs internal I/O with this Syba SD-PEX40035 3-port PCI-e card. This card is equipped with 2 SATA III ports and 1 IDE port for your legacy peripherals. This card utilizes the marvel chipset which can support hard drives up to 3TB of storage space. Syba SATA III (6.0Gb/s)

  • RAID 0/1
  • 2 x SATA 6.0Gb/s + 1 x PATA Internal Connectors
  • Up to 6Gb/s

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Syba SD-PEX40035 3-port IDE/SATA PCIe Card
  • User Manual
  • Driver CD
  • LED Cable


Brand: Syba

MPN: SD-PEX40035

UPC: 810154017706

Compatibility: SATA, IDE, PCI-e

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
SYBA
MPN
SD-PEX40035
Type
SATA III (6.0Gb/s)
Internal Connectors
2 x SATA 6.0Gb/s + 1 x PATA
Interface
PCI-Express 2.0
Transfer Rate
Up to 6Gb/s
RAID
RAID 0/1
Operating Systems Supported
Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
Vista (32-bit/64-bi&116;)
Windows XP (32-bit/64-b&105;t)
Server 2008 (32-bit/64-&98;it)
Server 2003 (32-bit/64-bit)

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Review Summary
3.5
Reviews
5
50.0% (4)
4
0.0% (0)
3
12.5% (1)
2
0.0% (0)
1
37.5% (3)
By Jasmine Hughes
Bsod friendly (and lockups too)
After fighting this controller for days now, i am about to give up. When it works, it quite speedy. However, it that is only about 5-10 minutes at a time, if the moon and the sun are properly aligned, and the wind is blowing from the west.Seriously, this is on its way back. There has been nothing but trouble with it, the drivers have been installed properly from their setup disk, the crucial ssd drive (256 mb) has be configured properly and is working well on the existing sata ii ports. I had tried just about everything for a win 7 64 bit ultimate installation. Actually, i had to install three times. The first was a result of the cloning kit (wouldn't even boot), so i started with a fresh install, the second was a trashed os (bsod), and the third was trashed os when the cpu froze solid, and then would not boot. That is when i uninstalled the controller and it has been fine since.My advice is to stay away from this controller. The price and performance is great, but the reliability is terrible.
By Sofia Christiansen
Works for me
This little card does the trick, gave me the advantage of using my old pata drives (xp) and all my newer sata drive. Have the western digital black sata iii drive and it works great, can move a 2gb files in less 30 seconds. It was as well nice to free up one my motherboards ports especially since there still sata ii.Install can be kind of tight if you have video cards that are to big, was a fraction of an inch abovve my top video card once the cable was plugged as well, though i really didnt need to attach the connection between the motherboards hdd light and the card, when it was plugged in the system would freeze half way through restart. Once i plugged it in it worked perfect.Didnt get a chance to try out the raid functionality but i've heard the marvel interface is a pretty decent so perhaps in the future i'll try that out.If you have an older motherboard with sata ii ports and you want to take advantage of the newer faster and larger drives, this is nice compromise to buying a new motherboard and all the equipment you'll need to upgrade as well.
By Robin Bennett
Won't initialize
When booting the card hangs in the bios with "initializing..." won't go any further than that. When i remove the card, boot is normal. I only have one pci-e slot, so changing slots is not an option.I tried giving it zero stars, but i had to give it at least one to proceed.
By Ali Tekand
Survived the testing phase died in transit.
Purchased for a system raid 1(mirror) setup. I ran steve gibson's spin rite, and it ran well through 2 500 gb western digital sata3 drives. Passed the tests, ran well, no errors. Moved the card to it's desired home box, a new server chassis, and the card wigs out the system bios and freezes the machine. As well it causes the need to reset the system bios completely to get it to run again after the card is removed.A second consideration, one that either i did not look at or didn't consider, is that it has a maximum bandwidth of 2.5gb/sec per channel and a rather vague description of maybe 5gb/sec with two channels. Basically i don't think this is going to perform any better than the sata 2 card it was to replace. I will be setting up and rma. I think the board just died or took a transient voltage spike. I did use esd straps in case anyone was curious. It cold just be incompatible with the system board as well, but i don't think so. Overall for the price, i'd say it's a fine card, but not for mission critical applications. You do get what you pay for.
By Aino Aro
Works well
Big improvement over the earlier version. Uses a newer marvel chipset. Works with older driver too. I have this installed in a windows 2003 server. The os recognizes the board. The supplied driver works with windows 2003, which is probably the same driver for xp and other windows 32 bit os.
By Nicole Nascimento
It was a great idea, but it didn't work.
The first one i got kept my machine from booting. I swapped it for another, thinking maybe one in the batch was bad. The second one didn't work either. Never tried the pata portion. I wanted both, but the raid was much more important. I can get a pata only card for much less than this, so it didn't matter if that part worked.
By Alexia Brun
I add 2 SATA and 2 IDE disk on it. without any problem.
Put in the motherboard bios identify it. Connect 2 ide disk and 2 sata. All 4 disks can select to boot.I did not try install driver in os yet. It seems not necessary.So far works fine.In window 7 (64): i do not need install any driverin xp(32): i need install device driver. It is better download driver from syba web. The install cd contains a lot of junk and take time for os to find right driver.I do not worry the speed. This card is for additional hard disks. I use them more like additional storage. I do not feel any slow for get data from them.I did speed test today and give 5 star. I use raid 0 for 2 sata iii disks. The benchmark is not doubled. But close to. 214/126.I install 4 this card in 4 of my computers.
By James
It did the trick!
I needed to expand my storage capabilities and this expansion card did the trick. So now I have five TB of hard disk storage and my 128 Gig SSD to bring my system up to speed.

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