Model RS25SB008

    Intel RAID Controller RS25SB008 - storage controller (RAID) - SATA 6Gb/s / SAS 6Gb/s - PCIe 2.0 x8

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    Specs

    General

    • Host Bus
      PCIe 2.0 x8
    • Manufacturer
      Intel

    Storage Controller

    • Interface
      SATA 6Gb/s / SAS 6Gb/s
    • Data Transfer Rate
      6 Gbps
    • Buffer Size
      1 GB
    • Supported Devices
      disk array (RAID), hard drive
    • Channel Qty
      8
    • RAID Level
      RAID 1, RAID 10, RAID 5, RAID 50, RAID 6, RAID 60
    • Processor
      LSI LSISAS2208
    • Buffer Size
      1 GB
    • Interface Type
      Serial ATA-600 / SAS 2.0

    Power Device

    • Type
      none

    Interface Provided

    • Qty
      1

    System Requirements

    • OS Required
      Linux, Microsoft Windows

    Header

    • Brand
      Intel
    • Product Line
      Intel RAID Controller
    • Model
      RS25SB008
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      PC, Unix

    Slot Required

    • Type
      PCI Express 2.0 x8
    • Total Qty
      1

    General

    • Manufacturer
      Intel

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