Specs

General

  • Host Bus
    PCI
  • Packaged Quantity (for specs)
    5
  • Manufacturer
    Promise Technology, Inc.

Storage Controller

  • Interface
    ATA-100
  • Data Transfer Rate
    100 MBps
  • Supported Devices
    CD drive, DVD drive, disk array (RAID), hard drive
  • Channel Qty
    4
  • Max Storage Devices Qty
    8
  • RAID Level
    RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10
  • Interface Type
    ATA-100

Power Device

  • Type
    none

Interface Provided

  • Gender
    male
  • Connector Qty
    4
  • Qty
    4
  • Connector Type
    40 pin IDC
  • Connector Location
    internal

Miscellaneous

  • Mounting Kit
    included

System Requirements

  • OS Required
    Microsoft Windows 2000 / NT4.0, Microsoft Windows 95/98, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Novell NetWare 3.12, Novell NetWare 4.1x, Novell NetWare 5.0, Red Hat Linux 6.2, Red Hat Linux 7.0

Header

  • Brand
    Promise
  • Product Line
    Promise FastTrak
  • Model
    100 TX4
  • Packaged Quantity
    5
  • Compatibility
    PC

Interface Required

  • Type
    none

Expansion Bays

  • Type
    none

Software

  • Type
    Drivers & Utilities

Slot Required

  • Type
    PCI
  • Total Qty
    1

Bay Required

  • Type
    none

Service & Support

  • Type
    2 years warranty

Service & Support Details

  • Service Included
    parts and labor
  • Type
    limited warranty
  • Full Contract Period
    2 years
  • Location
    carry-in

General

  • Manufacturer
    Promise Technology, Inc.

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