Dynamode 3 Port SATA and 1 Port IDE PCI Card

CCL Code: CNT0206
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Manufacturer Code: PCI-SATA3
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Manufacturer: Dynamode

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Dynamode PCI-SATA3 3 Port SATA and 1 Port IDE PCI Card.

Attributes

Card Type PCI

Interfaces/Ports

Total Number of Connectors 3

Physical

Form Factor PCI Card

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Dynamode
Manufacturer Code PCI-SATA3
EAN 8400800007988
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Dynamode
Manufacturer Code PCI-SATA3

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Q: Is this card supported by Windows 7 and later for non-boot drives including optical drives?
Answer by Matthew on 26th May 2016
This should be supported by Windows 7, however any Operating System from the last 3 years will likely not support it. -MR
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Q: Just checking, on XP, will this card allow me to connect the (Samsung SH-S222A 22x DVDRW (PATA/IDE) ide dvd writer I just bought from you, and if this fails can I then use a SATA replacement DVD writer?
Answer by Website User on 8th December 2014
Yes, this will allow you to connect IDE or SATA devices. -Danlevan
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Q: installed this, with no HDD connected the PC boots, but shows no new hardware? then when you boot with a HDD connected, ALL other HDDs dont show up in bios. thing is its ONLY new MBs that have no IDE slots,and safe to say most of those will have win7 or higher, so why the hell have hardware that will only work with XP? my old XP PC had lots of IDE slots, and few sata ports ffs
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Q: I saw on one of the replies mention of motherboard compatibility depending. Do you think this card will work with my Asrock 775Dual-VSTA motherboard?
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Q: I saw on one of the replies mention of motherboard compatibility depending. Do you think this card will work with my Asrock 775Dual-VSTA motherboard?
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Q: I saw on one of the replies mention of motherboard compatibility depending. Do you think this card will work with my Asrock 775Dual-VSTA motherboard?
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Q: I saw on one of the replies mention of motherboard compatibility depending. Do you think this card will work with my Asrock 775Dual-VSTA motherboard?
Answer by CCL on 13th August 2013
Based on the specifications of your motherboard this add-in card should work just fine. -MR
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Q: Does this card support 2TB SATA3 drives? Also is it compatible in both Windows 7 & XP (both 32 bit)? Please don't offer PCI-e as an alternative since that slot is already taken.
Answer by CCL on 22nd July 2013
Yes this should be fine with 2TB drives, but I do not believe it will work with any larger. -Danlevan
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Q: Does this card support 2TB SATA3 drives? Also is it compatible in both Windows 7 & XP (both 32 bit)? Please don't offer PCI-e as an alternative since that slot is already taken.
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Q: I am using a 6 core AMD on an ASRock 970 motherboard with 8Gb RAM.. I purchased this card to get a further SATA drive availability. When I installed the card along with its driver, it worked OK, but when I re-booted the machine I got a Blue Screen saying that the raid driver (VSMRAID.SYS) was causing an error. I don't know whether the card is incompatible or what? Any suggestions
Answer by CCL on 25th May 2013
I'd recommend contacting our technical support department on technical@cclinline.com or 01274 471204 for assistance with this matter. -Danlevan
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Q: I am using a 6 core AMD on an ASRock 970 motherboard with 8Gb RAM.. I purchased this card to get a further SATA drive availability. When I installed the card along with its driver, it worked OK, but when I re-booted the machine I got a Blue Screen saying that the raid driver (VSMRAID.SYS) was causing an error. I don't know whether the card is incompatible or what? Any suggestions
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Q: What is the maximum drive size that this controller will support? I have a 3TB drive that my on board SATA controller won't recognise as it is over 2.2TB. I need a PCI SATA controller that will be able to handle 3TB+ drives
Answer by CCL on 17th May 2013
I would not expect this card to support a 3TB drive. CNT1075 would be a better bet. -Danlevan
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Q: How many ports & which types? Looking at the tiny blurry picture it looks like 2x SATA, 1x eSATA & 1x 40pin IDE.
Answer by CCL on 25th March 2013
Yes you are correct it comes with 2 x internal SATA ports + 1 x internal IDE connector and 1 x eSATA (correct as of 25/03/2013)
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Q: Tried to get manufacturer's info so I can see if it is supposed to be usable with Linux. Their page won't actually link to any documents with my Firefox or Konqueror browsers. I am running current version of Mepis Linux: system.kernel.version = '2.6.36-1-mepis-smp' Please can you tell me whether I can expect to be successful trying to hook up one SATA 2 HDD to a PCI slot via this card?
Answer by CCL on 22nd February 2013
Dynamode list Linux driver support for this item, but do not unfortunately specify any particular distributions. As we only really deal with Windows this isn't something we are able to confirm either I'm afraid. -Danlevan
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Answer by Ian on 12th June 2013
Fedora copes fine with this card both during installation and once installed. The card allows a drive to be seen to boot from ( motherboard dependent probably) though I have not tried to boot from a CD drive attached to the card. If Fedora has the drivers chances are other distros will too.
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