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  • posted byHagaric on 04/02/2013

    This card "just worked" with Win 7 pro 64 bit. The card was recognised & installed as a VIA RAID Controller, a really rough quick test gave a transfer speed around 80 megabytes a second. It seems a little fat, as others have commented. Nothing really major that I can think of, usual terrible packaging & pointless cdrom.. I still don'... Read more

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  • posted byHaroldukas on 03/28/2013

    It works good. I needed to change the original IDE internal hdd to sata on my laptop Fujitsu Siemens S7010. With this PCMCIA card I made it. It's booting and doing everything what IDE drive did. It is not SATA2 device. The chip VIA VT6421A supports SATA2, but it runs at SATA1 speed (up to 150Mb/s) It's was a good toy for me :D I did this experiment ... Read more

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  • posted byh34th on 03/23/2011

    - Does what it's supposed to - Very cheap - Nice to have the flexibility of a SATA port and and eSATA - Can be tricky to find the right drivers (try VIA Arena) - Card has out of spec thickness, making it a tight fit This card has a VIA6421 chipset which makes it ideal for flashing Xbox 360 DVD drives. It did a great job on my Benq 360. Note that if ... Read more

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