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SIIG SC-SA0M11-S1 PCI-Express 2.0 Low Profile Ready SATA III (6.0Gb/s) 2-Port Controller Card

 

(my personal favorite inexpensive PCI-Express eSATA card)

 

card.jpg

 

Specifications:

  • Speed: SATA 3 (6.0Gbit/s)
  • Ports: 2 x eSATA
  • Slot: PCI-Express x1 2.0 (~4 Gbit/s x 2)
  • Chipset: ASM1061

    chip.jpg

Overall
  • Supports Identify: Yes
  • Supports SMART: Yes

AHCI Driver

  • Firmware: 0.95 AHCI Mode
    • AHCI compatible: Yes (works out of the box with the default Windows AHCI driver) *
  • Driver: 6.2.9200.16548 (6/21/2006)
    • storahci.sys
* Port multiplier support requires Asmedia driver.

 

StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O

  • Methods: AtaPassThrough

     

  • Identify: Yes
  • SDD: Yes

     

  • SMART Status: Yes
  • SMART Attributes: Yes
  • SMART Thresholds: Yes
  • SMART Error Log: Yes

     

  • Power Mode: Yes
StableBit Scanner - WMI
  • SMART Status: Yes
  • SMART Attributes: Yes
  • SMART Thresholds: Yes
  • SMART Error Log: No
Tested on Windows 8 64-bit.


Asmedia Driver

* Port multiplier support requires Asmedia driver.

 

StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O

  • Methods: AtaPassThrough

     

  • Identify: Yes
  • SDD: Yes

     

  • SMART Status: Yes
  • SMART Attributes: Yes
  • SMART Thresholds: Yes
  • SMART Error Log: Yes

     

  • Power Mode: Yes
StableBit Scanner - WMI
  • SMART Status: Yes
  • SMART Attributes: Yes
  • SMART Thresholds: Yes
  • SMART Error Log: No
Tested on Windows 8 64-bit.
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I think this is a .... misprint, really.

 

We've had one customer recently reporting that they used this chipset (the ASMedia ASM1061) with an 8 bay enclosure without issues (it was a "DataOPTIC" card specifically, IIRC). 

 

However, I absolutely understand not wanting to chance it.

And if that is the case, then a HighPoint RocketRAID card (not Rocket, it has to be RocketRAID, even if you don't use the "RAID" part) will work for this.

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