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  • posted bychazd on 05/15/2014

    Cheap, bootable, Esata. No manual, not even on the CD. Was happy to find this. Comparable ones cost $40 or more, and might not be bootable, a must for my SATA2 motherboard, which unfortunately defaults to SATA1 when I plug use a SATA3 SSD. I have the dreaded Nforce430 controller. Was getting 125 reads and 100 writes onboard w/Samsung 840 EVO. Now I ... Read more

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  • posted bypiehubbi on 04/14/2014

    Cheap device. No problems in installing. Drivers were found automatically on Windows 7 64 bit. Came with SATA cable and drivers CD. Build quality seems solid. good product for those motherboard which has not more that 2 SATA port. Because one is use for DVD and second for HDD. If you want to install third SATA drive/HDD/DVD etc. It is good for this.... Read more

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  • posted byTuipveus on 07/27/2013

    Faster than my motherboard sata-connectors Has always worked with Linux without any problems. Only support for 2 sata-drives. Sata-cables from the connectors can be easily disconnected accidently. (could almost drop one star in quality) Connection is not loose, but not tight either. Therefore you should not move the case much or should use tape or something ... Read more

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  • posted byRobikas on 05/13/2013

    Cheap device. No problems installing. Drivers were found automaticaly on Windows 7. Came with SATA cable and drivers cd. Build quality seems solid. Jumpers were set to use internal connection so i needed to change that. Nothing hard. It took forever to ship. But that's how DX works. Good item for a good price. Highly recommended if you need 2 additional ... Read more

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  • posted byNigel2002 on 04/05/2013

    Is Bootable from Cheap Enclosed instructions totally incomprehensible Requires driver update (available on manufacturers site) Fortunately I read reviews before ordering and had the updated drivers ready and waiting for delivery. I was worried about whether at such a low price if the card was bootable, but no worries there. Just make sure to not connect ... Read more

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  • posted byjpocx on 02/24/2013

    It works for me on FreeBSD, right out of the box with no need to install any drivers. Selection between internal and external ports is by jumpers which is OK but on the card that I received there was no indication as to which pin was pin 1 on the jumper blocks. That is really only a minor point though. As shipped to me the card was set to use the internal ... Read more

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  • posted byRedMetal on 12/19/2012

    Plugged it in my Gigabyte z77x-d3h motherboard , and without changing jumpers , it works .(Yes giving me 10 sata ports , no chipset problems) Didn't even had to install any drivers (Windows 7 64b) Sataconnectors don't sit so tight , I never move my pc case (big tower) , so not a problem for me . No raid , perfect if you want to add two sata devices ... Read more

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  • posted byEspat5 on 11/26/2012

    Cheap, works with a new driver on Windows Vista 64. One or both ports can be by jumpers selected and used as an external On my comp was bios stop during post if SATA2 ports on mobo was in SATA or RAID mode, work fine and boot from it only if I set them in BiOS to ATA mode. Second port I use as external, it work very well - external drive can ... Read more

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  • posted byAtix07 on 09/18/2012

    Cheap. Uses PCI-e 1X. Work out of the box no driver needed for win 7 can boot from it. As option of 2 Esata or 2 SATA (internal) or a combination of one of each set via jumper. Came with a sata cable and driver cd no raid, but with those chead card the hardware raid is useless you are better using software raid rather than relie on the onboard raid ... Read more

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  • posted bypecamino on 08/02/2012

    - Easy to install - The SATA 3 ports is 70% faster than my native SATA 2 - Firmware updates - Drivers updates - Asmedia 106X - Jumper setup An excellent option for anyone who owns a motherboard with SATA 2 and want to use a SATA 3 SSD. Not fast as an Intel SATA 3 controller but amazingly fast for a PCI-E 1X. Had some compatibility issues with the RAID ... Read more

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