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vantec 6-port SATA II 150 PCI لبطاقة المضيف مع RAID 6 Gb
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vantec 6-port SATA II 150 PCI لبطاقة المضيف مع RAID 6 Gb

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    UPC-A
    132018194188
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    Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
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    VANTEC 4 CHANNEL 6-PORT SATA 6GB/S PCIE

 

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  • Worse, the device negotiates to x1 which won't even ...
    بواسطة R. Ferguson في 16 January 2018

    I was just looking for PCIe bandwidth and thought this misleading product offered and x4 pcie 2.0 connection. That would be around 550M/s * 4 which would match the 750M/s SATA III can put out, and with four channels, I could use the performance of all four drives in a software raid using the card in JBOD mode.

    Not so. This is PCIe x2, so the four channels are meaningless. Worse, the device negotiates to x1 which won't even support full throughput to one high end SATA SSD.

    Utter garbage. Misleading specs. Severely overpriced for an x1 pcie connection if you are really willing to settle for that. My guess is they figure most consumers won't know how to check.

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  • Fully Flexible
    بواسطة Trenton Bennett في 29 June 2015

    I bought this for an HTPC / media server. The box used to be a Windows Home Server 2011, but I recently switched to Windows 8.1 Pro (64-bit) to better repurpose it for sharing. The way you use this Vantec 4-channel 6-port card can be simple or it can be complex, but the included user's manual does a very good job of explaining it to you. Your options are really only 4 internal, 2 external, so keep in mind that limitation.

    The way it's supposed to work is, you install the software, shut the machine down, install the card, bring the machine back up, and from the boot-time level you can configure your RAID array (more on that in a moment). However, two notes:

    1) Out of curiosity, I decided to just hook up the card and some drives, boot up, and see what Plug & Play does. On Windows 8.1 Pro, it worked, finding the drivers, installing them, and then seeing four individual drives. From here, you could probably use Windows Storage Spaces to build your own soft array if you wanted to, but I decided to go it differently and use the boot-time setup. I installed the software and on reboot was able to press Ctrl + M to access the boot-time software.

    2) I don't think you could easily take an existing RAID array, connect its members to this card, and be ready to go - I think the assumption with a hard array is that for this controller, you need to build the array. It may be a different story for soft arrays; if you've had a different experience, let me know in the comments!

    When you open the boot-time software, it's fairly simple if you read the manual first. What they want you to do is select the disks that the controller sees--and when you continue, it creates a "Virtual Disk". The Virtual Disk is from there defined as the kind of array you want to build (0, 1, 5, etc.).

    What's really cool about the boot-time setup is that if you wanted to, you could build a hybrid array just like a professional datacenter. For example, you could have three spinning disks and an SSD, then make those your array. From there, you could either tell the system to use the SSD for caching high-demand data (and the spinning disks keep 'stale' data), which gives you a bit of redundancy because the high-access data exists in both places; or you could tell it that the high-demand files stay on the SSD and get moved to spinning disks if they go 'stale'. Either way, the controller manages this for you. If I were creating video I'd probably use this feature, but I just want to stream video, so a RAID 0 of four identical disks was just fine for me.

    If you want to put together 4 internal disks, this card makes a great way to use a variety of options (some reviewers here appear to be using it with JBOD as well). It's useful that you get 2 extra external ports, but you can also disable those if you're bandwidth-conscious. Either way, I liked the software, the fact that they included a decent manual, and so far it's been really easy to use and worked well for me.

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  • Fails In Heavy Use
    بواسطة Sunshine في 17 March 2018

    Vantec 4-Channel 6-Port SATA 6Gb/s PCIe RAID Host Card with HyperDuo Technology (UGT-ST644R). Should it really be advertised as having 6 ports when only 4 can be used at one time? It does have six connectors.

    UPDATE: Now that I've had it for 8 months I find that it fails occasionally during a nightly automated backup process. The system has 5 drives connected to SATA III ports on the motherboard, and this card connects to 3 more drives. Sometimes in the morning I discover that all 3 Vantec ports have disappeared - the computer does not show that they exist at all, and errors occurred during the backup.

    The ports reappear on reboot. System is an ASUS H170 Pro running Windows 10 pro. The failure occurs while copying zipped files from a drive on the mobo into an encrypted Veracrypt volume on a drive connected to the Vantec.

    The card came configured to use the internal connectors, not the external connectors. Plugged into one of the two PCIe Express 3.0 x16 slots in the motherboard, the ports show up as SCSI ports in Windows 10's Device Manager.

    I was not interested in the RAID functions and cannot comment on those.

    When they are working, the Vantec ports seem to be as fast as the motherboard ports.

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  • RAID 1 Array failed in 4 days. Not drive failure, controller failure! Stay far away from this hardware!
    بواسطة poiuy في 07 January 2018

    This controller started out OK. Built a RAID 1 array with 2 HGST 3 TB hard drives. Transferred files and a couple of VM's to the array. Worked great for about 4 days then the Array failed. Neither drive was bad just that the Mirror broke. Checked disk manager and both disks were recognized. In File explorer though they had vastly different content. One drive had all of the content that was transferred but the other drive had hardly any data on it. Mind you these drives had over 4 days to fully sync and I heard no disk activity. I moved all of the data back off of the disks so I could rebuild the array. I deleted one of the arrays that was showing in the management software and freed up the disk. Then tried to rebuild the array. At that point the controller went missing from the management utility. Still showed in device management but the utility could no longer detect it. Rebooted and tried to connect to the controller during post. Locked up the computer. Stay very far away from this garbage. The price may be attractive but not worth the potential data loss. Oh, and it will install apache in order for you to manage the RAID controller. Garbage Garbage Garbage.

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  • Totally fouls up graphics output
    بواسطة bud في 03 August 2018

    I purchased this card for the external eSATA port to use it with a 4-drive NAS enclosure. Thinking that windows would probably install an adequate driver and then I could install the driver from the cd-rom after the fact, I went ahead and installed the card. Upon booting into my OS (Win10), I encountered crazily messed up graphics on my monitor. Correctly assuming the card was probably to blame, I powered down and removed the card and rebooted. Sure enough, no graphics problems upon reboot. So then I go to the Vantec website to see if a more recent driver was available because the documentation only listed OS compliance up to Win8.1. There IS a Win10 driver available at the website, but installing it changed nothing. I still have this weird split-screen graphics goulash when I boot up. The left half of the screen looks normal but the right half is this weird mix of an enlarged view of the upper left quadrant of what I'm seeing in the left hand side of the screen (the "normal" half), plus a lot of glitchy looking pixelation. I even tried installing the card in the x16 slot, since my build isn't using a graphics card; no dice. I did everything imaginable to trace down any sort of conflict with drivers and hardware, I looked online for anyone else reporting the same type of problem, couldn't find anything. Even the other 1-star reviews here don't mention anything quite like this. The sad thing is, since I waited for a few weeks to get around to trying to install this thing, I'm now outside the return window for the thing, so now it's basically worthless. If anyone reads this and wants to suggest something I might have done wrong or, even better, has a solid fix for this issue, I'm all ears. Otherwise, I'm stuck with this paperweight and glad it only set me back $30.

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