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Acard ATAPI/IDE Controller (PCI)

Acard ATAPI/IDE Controller (PCI)

AEC-6280 is a high performance dual-channel PCI P&P Ultra ATA-133 adapter. It supports ATAPI devices and up to ATA133 hard drives. The 48-bit LBA (Logical Block Addressing) technology makes it good for big hard drive over 137GB.

AEC-6280 fully supports 32-bit PCI specifications, including Bus Master to increase transfer capability, and also supports Scatter/Gather function to enhance multitasking effects.

Product Features
  • A standalone PCI-TO-IDE controller
  • Supports Ultra ATA 133/100/66/33 HDD
  • Supports big capacity hard disks (>=137GB)
  • Supports ATAPI devices: CD-ROM, CD-R/RW, Zip, LS-120
  • Cost effective and high performance

  • Dual independent IDE channels
  • Supports Ultra DMA 0~6 modes, Multi-Word DMA, and PIO data transfer.
  • Uses 48-bit LBA technology to support high capacity hard drives

  • Conforms to PCI 2.2 specifications
  • Data transfer rate up to 133 MB/sec
  • Supports Scatter / Gather function
  • Low command overhead
  • Supports multitasking and multithreaded processing
  • PCI Plug and Play

  • IDE processor:ATP-865
  • Data I/O Mode:32-bit PCI Bus Master
  • Data transfer rate up to 133 MB/s
  • Supports big HDD (>=137GB)
  • Connects up to 4 devices
  • Supports two IDE 40-pin connectors
  • Provides firmware update
  • Coexists with on-board IDE controller

O.S. Compatibility
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 2000 Professional, Server, Advanced Server
  • Windows NT4.0 Workstation, Server
  • Windows 98 / ME
  • Linux RedHat 7.3 / 8.0 / 9.0, Fedora core I / II, RH Enterprise, SuSE 9.0 / 9.1, Turbo 8.0
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