SATA III 4 Ports PCI-Express Controller Card SATA3.0 Expansion Card Support PCI Express x1 x2 x4 x8 x16 Motherboard for HDD SSD

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SATA III 4 Ports PCI-Express Controller Card SATA3.0 Expansion Card Support PCI Express x1 x2 x4 x8 x16 Motherboard for HDD SSD Item NO: F30602

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Product Name SATA III 4 Ports PCI-Express Controller Card SATA3.0 Expansion Card Support PCI Express x1 x2 x4 x8 x16 Motherboard for HDD SSD
Item NO F30602
Weight 0.1000 kg = 0.2205 lb = 3.5274 oz
Category Consumer Electronics > Computer Cable and Adapter
Brand XT-XINTE
Creation time 2019-07-26

SATA III 4 Ports PCI-Express Controller Card SATA3.0 Expansion Card Support PCI Express x1 x2 x4 x8 x16 Motherboard for HDD SSD

 

Features:
Compliant with Serial ATA 3.0 specification, backward compatible with SATA2.0 SATA1.0
 
Compliant with PCI-Express v2.0 specification, backward compatible with PCI-Express v1.0.
 
Supports communication speeds of 6.0 Gbps, 3.0 Gbps and 1.5 Gbps
 
Support Gen 1i, Gen 1x, Gen 2i, Gen 2m, Gen 2x, and Gen 3i.
 
Support 4 SATA
 
Support AHCI1.0 mode and IDE mode
 
Support for native command queue (NCQ)
 
Support FIS based on port multiplier switch or command switching.
Support hot swap and hot swap.
 
Compatible with SATA6G, 3G and 1.5G hard drives
 
Bus interface: PCI-Express x1 slot
 
Expansion interface: 4 SATA3.0 interfaces
 
System Requirements: One PCI Express X1 slot is available, supporting both PCI-E X2 X4 X8 X16
 
Operating system: Windows10/8/7 (32/64 bit) / Vista (32/64 bit) / XP/2003/2008/linux
 
 
Product driver file:
 
1. CD: ... DRIVER\SATA CARD\Marvell\91XX_92XX Setup, then select the appropriate folder according to the system.
 
The PCIE to SATA3.0 riser card is used as follows:
 
First, the system disk and PCIE to SATA3.0 riser card connection conditions and solutions:
 
1. The SATA interface mode of PCIE to SATA3.0 is AHCI mode. If you want to plug in the system disk on our card, the premise is that your system disk must be installed in AHCI mode when installing the system on the motherboard. Otherwise, it will not pass. Our card riser card starts the system.
 
2. If it is determined that the SATA interface installation system of the system disk inserted in the motherboard is AHCI mode, then you can directly insert the hard disk into our card, and then enter the motherboard BIOS to set the system disk as the first boot.
 
3, the above two conditions are available, if it still can not start, or repeated reboots, then the motherboard's hard disk interface and our adapter card conflict, the solution is to enter the motherboard BIOS, set the motherboard's hard disk interface options to Disabled, save and restart to start the system
 
 
Second, the common disk and PCIE to SATA3.0 connection conditions and solutions:
 
1. When the system disk is plugged into the motherboard, the ordinary disk is inserted in the PCIE to SATA3.0 card, then only the adapter card information and the ordinary disk model need to be detected at startup.
 
2, if the condition is established, or can not start the system, then you must enter the motherboard BIOS, set the system disk to the first boot.
 
Third, the system disk and the ordinary disk and PCIE to SATA3.0 connection and solution:
 
1. Prerequisites, if the system disk with the original motherboard installed system is AHCI mode test, can use the following methods to achieve, if it is IDE mode installed system, then you can only reinstall the system through PCIE to SATA3.0 .
 
2, 1 condition is established, you can not start to enter the motherboard BIOS, set the system disk to the first boot.
 
3, 1.2 conditions are met, or can not start, then it may be integrated SATA interface conflict, please enter the motherboard BIOS to set SATA to Disabled
 
Packing list:
SATA3.0 Expansion Card*1
 
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