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FS: Brand new Adaptec 4805 8port x8 PCI-E, 4800,48300 PCI-X SAS contro

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Got some highend SAS controller and drives I need to sale:

(1) Brand New Retail Adaptec 4805 8port SAS controller - x8 PCI-e - 256MB ECC DDR cache - RAID0,1,5,6,10,50 - Comes with everything since it is a Retail controller $400 shipped

http://www.adaptec.com/en-US/products/sas_...mance/SAS-4805/

(1) Brand New Adaptec 4800 8port SAS controller - RAID0,1,5,6,10,50 - 64bit/133mhz PCI-X - Comes with Retail package $300 shipped

http://www.adaptec.com/en-US/products/sas_...mance/SAS-4800/

(1) Retail Adaptec 48300 8 port SAS controller - RAID0,1,10 - 64bit/133mhz PCI-X - Everything included with Retail package $125 shipped

http://www.adaptec.com/en-US/products/sas_...ntry/SAS-48300/

(1) OEM Seagate ST3146855SS - Cheetah 15k.5 - 15000rpm - 16MB cache - 3G/s SAS - $250 shipped

(6) Brand New OEM Seagate ST336754SS - 36GB - Cheetah 15k.4 - 15000rpm - 8MB cache - 3G/s SAS - $75 each shipped

If interested in any of the above, send me a PM or email. Will lower cost if multiple items are purchased. Heatware under legend master.

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I hate you. :P

(ARC-1680 or for only 40% of the cost, buy your 4805SAS? Hmm, I wonder if it works in my P5B Deluxe...)

It should as all that is required is that it be put into a x8 lane PCI-e slot.

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The PCI-e lane split on almost all P965 boards including my P5B Deluxe is x16/x4. Also you've probably seen all the threads involving non-video-card problems in the second x16 physical/x4 or x8 electrical incompatibilities on Ars... :P

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The PCI-e lane split on almost all P965 boards including my P5B Deluxe is x16/x4. Also you've probably seen all the threads involving non-video-card problems in the second x16 physical/x4 or x8 electrical incompatibilities on Ars... :P

Can't say I've tried it on a P965 board since these typically only come with 1 x16 PCI-e slot, but have tried it on other Intel, Supermicro and Tyan boards and seems to work just fine. Also tried it on a workstation Asus board, ie P5DGW2 Pro and it worked as well as that one seems to come with two 16 PCI-e.

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