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What RAID controller is recommend by G-Technology?

What RAID controller is recommend by G-Technology?

The RAID controller recommended for use with the G-SPEED eS is our High-Performance 4-port card. It is a 4x Host Bus Adapter (HBA) eSATA card that will deliver the highest performance available.

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Article ID: 148 Article Created: 07-30-2013 16:21 PMLast Modified: 07-30-2013 16:21 PM

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