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Intel Integrated RAID Module RMS3JC080, No CPU


RMS3JC080 (Intel / Add-On Card)

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Key features

  • Unique mezzanine card form-factor allows for RAID without using a standard add-in card slot
  • Two internal mini-SAS HD SFF8643 SAS/SATA connectors for connectivity inside the server
  • LSI SAS 3008* I/O controller (IOC) providing SAS 3.0 technology, including 12 Gb/s data transfer and compatibility with SAS or SATA drives

Key advantages

  • Essential performance and scalability: Supplies PCI Express* Generation 3 architecture with over 1 million input/output operations per second (IOPS) in just a bunch of disks (JBOD) mode; supports up to 244 physical devices
  • Cost effective data protection: Provides low-cost RAID 0, 1, and 1E for entry-level server and workstation environments where reliable data protection is required
  • SAS or SATA storage: Connect SAS or SATA devices within the array. Use SAS drives for speed, reliability, and scalability; use high-capacity SATA drives for budget-friendly storage



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