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Syba SD-PEX40100 2 Port SATA III or 2 Port eSATA IIPCIe 2.0 x1 Controller Card

3.5
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Description

  • AS media ASM1061R SATA III host controller
  • 1-Lane PCI-E 2.0 interface supports throughput bandwidth up to 5.0Gbps
  • Compliant with PCI-E 2.0 base Specification
  • LED indicators: HDD activity
  • Supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ)
  • Form Factor: Low Profile

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Customer Reviews

Worked as expected, no issuesI had 4 2.5 drives sitting around, thought I'd give this board a shot and hook them up. Took me a bit to see the board at boot to configure, trick is to have the HD's hooked up to it, then I saw it when PC POST'ed and was able to set up a RAID 0 no issue. I also run a RAID 0 off the motherboard on 5 SSD drives and added this 2nd RAID for fun and play. I use with Windows 10 Pro 64 bit, motherboard is M5A99X EVO R2.0. I used a PCIe 2.0 x 16 slot - no issues. The 2.5 drives are a mix/match in size and speed. The MarvelTray shows the different speeds of each 2.5 (couple at 6Gb/s, another at 3 Gb/s, etc.) and they all are working together fine. I did find there are updated drivers and installed those first. Also note I work with PC's and such in depth so understand what is involved. If my wife tried to install this, she would have went crazy I'm sure. I also used a ULTRA Quadruple Mobile Rack 2.5 to hot swap the 2.5's if needed, fill in one of those empty bays I had. Like I said, something for me to tinker around with, met my expectations and I'd recommend.5Horrible chip family and horrible board.Horrible. I can't believe this thing is being sold. There are so many things wrong with it I don't even know where to begin but I'll try. First let me say where I'm coming from. I had already read the reviews and didn't expect much in the first place, but I've been looking for an AHCI (specifically AHCI) chipset that implemented the FBS (FIS-Based switching) capability for a long time and these guys advertised it.Unfortunately this chipset barely implements enough of the AHCI spec for our AHCI driver to probe the disks. It only reports three capabilities. It reports AHCI v1.2 and S64A, NCQ, and PMD, and that's it. It does not report SSNTF or SCLO and it definitely does not report FBS (FIS-Based Switching support). Without SSNTF and particularly without SCLO there's no way this chipset can be even remotely reliable. It also doesn't report low-power or other mod e capabilities and is missing numerous other standard capabilities. For example, the motherboard AHCI chipset reports: S64A, NCQ, SSNTF, SMPS, SALP, SAL, SCLO, SPM, PMD, SSC, and PSC. (Obviously I'm testing on a Linux or BSD system and not windows, so I have full control over the driver and know exactly what the chipset is doing at the PCIe host interface level).If this chipset supported proper port multiplier detection it would report SPM (Port Multiplier support on each port) and if it supported FIS-Based switching via the AHCI port multiplier spec it would report FBS. It reports neither.What this chipset is doing is basically aggregating the real ports behind the scenes and doing the port multiplier detection and scanning behind the scenes, and reporting them as separate AHCI ports. In other words, it is hiding the port multiplier behind some firmware and chip magic rather than implementing the port multiplier spec on the host-facing ports. Honestly I'm not sure how it is supposed to work when the chip only reports 8 ports (one of which contains the MARVELL controller... also off-spec), is aggregating PM ports behind the scenes, but has two external and two internal SATA ports (which theoretically should be able to support at least 20 drives if one connected a port multiplier to each port).This might be OK except for three things: (1) Without SCLO you can't have a reliable AHCI chip, period. (2) If it is implementing FIS-Based switching internally it sure isn't showing up when I do read tests on the ports. With two hard drives in a port multiplier I get ~70MB/sec reading from either but if I read from both simultaniously I get ~35MB/sec from each. In otherwords, it is clearly NOT doing FIS-Based switching internally when you have an actual port multiplier connected to the E-SATA port. And (3) It doesn't handle hot-plug properly.When I booted the machine the first time it detected two of the three drives in my PM. When I hot unplugged and replugged two of them it detected that two of the ports unplugged and plugged, but then failed to detect one of the two replugged drives. In addition, for about 30 seconds before detecting one of the two replugged drives the console was spewing DMA engine failures. When I rebooted it got stuck in the BIOS (didn't even get to the machine boot)... twice. A few reboots later it got past the BIOS and reported all three disks. It's a real mess. Not even remotely reliable.This chip is basically trying to do PM detection behind the scenes and presenting the individual drives as individual AHCI ports to the host, instead of implementing the port multiplier AHCI chipset feature and exposing it to the host. And it's doing a horrible job of it. I can see why others have reported Windows BSODs with this chip family. The firmware is insanely bad, even worse than the SiS cards.I was hoping that it implemented the port multiplier AHCI spec. It doesn't. I was hoping that it implemented FIS-Based switching... it really doesn't seem to.I recommend that people give anything based on this chip family a very WIDE berth. Avoid it at all costs. It's total junk.-Matt1Working 4 me as 2 x sata 2x esataOut of the box mine was set to use all 4 internal sata ports. The esata ports are coupled with the sata ports along the top of the card. Top esata with closest sata port and bottom esata port with the other sata port. There are two blocks of jumpers. Move all 4 jumpers in a block either to pins 1-2 or 2-3. Pins 1-2 activate internal sata port. Pins 2-3 activate esata port.5Excellent speed in PCI Express 2.0 motherboard; Good speed in PCI Express 1.1 motherboardI want to use the PEX-40054 in a motherboard that has only SATA II ports (no SATA III ports) so I can get to SATA III speed without getting a new motherboard. Here is what I find, using a Transcend SSD370 512 GB drive, which is rated to have max R/W speed of 560/460 MB/s..In the ASUS P8Z77V-LX board, which has both SATA II and SATA III ports, here are the SSD's speed (without using the PEX-40054 card):- In the SATA III port, the max R/W speed is 504/457 MB/s, using CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1- In the SATA II port, the max R/W speed is 275/262 MB/sI put the PEX-40054 into a Gigabyte P45-UD3P board, which has only SATA II ports, and supports PCI Express 2.0. I put the PEX-40054 into a PCIe x16 slot and connected the SSD to one of the 4 ports.- Now, the SSD's max R/W speed is 479/458 MB/s, quite close to SATA III speeds and much faster than SATA II speeds.Next, I put the PEX-40054 into a Gigabyte P35-DS4 board, which supports PCI Express 1.1. Again, I put the PEX-40054 into a PCIe x16 slot and connected the SSD to one of the 4 ports.- Now, the SSD's max R/W speed is 378/285 MB/s, which is still slightly faster than SATA II.Conclusion:The PEX-40054 can achieve speeds faster than SATA II, and close to SATA III, in motherboards that support PCI Express 2.0.Even in motherboards that support only PCI Express 1.1, the PEX-40054 can give you faster speed than SATA II.Note that I have not used the Hyperduo capabilities of this card. I consider this a bonus but I have no plans to use it.Hope all of this is helpful.5Web Console For Management within Windows. I purchased this card to create a raid 1 (mirror) between two new drives i had purchased. I was surprised to find out, that there is a web based console for card/raid management from within windows. I was a little worried that if a drive started going bad, i would have no way to know without a reboot. But this web console not only shows drive health, it allowed me to create the raid group. Management was a breeze. I plan to add two more drives to this card at a later date for another Raid 1 setup. Also you can download drivers from the MFG website but the ones that came on the CD were the latest. 4Inexpensive eSata controller for devices needing port-multiplers Only just received this unit today, but I'm having good luck in the first 6 hours of operation. I have two ProBox 4 slot drive units. I've been looking for a eSATA cable card that will support multiple port-multiplying units. Upon first boot, the unit enumerated all of the 8 drive attached through the two eSata ports immediately. I was even more pleasantly surprised since I'm using 6 ft long eSata cables which has been known to be problematic with some chipsets. I did not test any of the RAID functions other to start the BIOS menu and see them.In Linux, it sees the card as: 01:00.0 SATA controller: ASMedia Technology Inc. Device 0622 (rev 01)ahci 0000:01:00.0: AHCI 0001.0301 32 slots 12 ports 6 Gbps 0xff3 impl SATA modeMy particular application doesn't need super-high performance, but I did want something better than USB 2.0. Using a crude basic test,dd if=/dev/zero of=./largefile bs=1M count=40964096+0 records in4096+0 records out4294967296 bytes (4.3 GB) copied, 31.5469 s, 136 MB/s, or about 1.7 gbps not including protocol overhead. 5Had to return it.I cannot speak to other motherboards, but in this case, I was met with frustration and a lot of rebuilding time.When you first install the card, do not attach any drives (pretty straight forward).Install the software (go to the web site to get the latest drivers).I was trying to install this into a Z270 Classified EVGA motherboard. I had problems from the start. The bios recognition did/does not work. I was hoping to have something in the software/driver download recognize this card but that was to no avail.Boot up times (through the POST) was taking almost 15 mins (with drives attached and were not recognized).The application (MSU) would not launch to provide me information on the card and its operation.I had this installed into a PCI-E slot.1Great for adding HDDs to your setupI have this little RAID card in my Dell PowerEdge T20 server, which only has 4 SATA ports on the motherboard. I needed ports for additional drives, so I plugged this in a PCIe x16 slot, and plugged two drives into the internal SATA headers.The card worked flawlessly and with absolutely no issues. I notice no difference in speed vs the motherboard SATA ports with either of the hard drives that I'm using. It was immediately recognized by the BIOS and my two drives showed up without me installing drivers or anything. I haven't had the need to use the RAID feature or the eSATA ports yet, so I can't comment on that. I'm happy that it supports those though because I might get an external eSATA enclosure for additional drives in the future (space is a bit tight in the T20 case unfortunately).Note that you cannot use all 4 SATA ports and both eSATA ports at the same time. You can use 2 SATA and 2 eSATA, or all 4 SATA, etc but not all ports at the same time. It clearly says "4 Port" in the description though, so this wasn't news to me at all. This is quite common with similar RAID controller cards.All in all, I'm very pleased with this card. I've had it running with no issues for about a month now.5I do not recommend this board for its claimed Hyper Duo functionality, but it is a decent SATA/RAID0 extender.Board works great for adding large drives to a systems that do not support drives above 2TB, like mine. I have added 8TB HDD this way.It will likely do OK for RAID setups, but one should understand that these will be "firmware-assisted" "software RAIDs", not "hardware" ones. Still better than pure "software" ones, if you ask me. I did not need or try it in any RAID roles though, I have ARECA board for that.I guess there are better or cheaper boards that are just "SATA ports extenders with LBA addressing" though. I've got this one out of interest in its "Hyper Duo" feature, and alas, it was just a big waste of time. This one is a "firmware, plus driver, plus HTTP server app" solution that is purely documented, hard to setup, and easy to break. I have made it work after 6 hours of struggle and then lost plenty of data on it by checking a wrong checkbox in its HTML-based app. I did not even see a performance boost from it while it was OK, presumably.Bottom line: I do not recommend this board for its claimed Hyper Duo functionality, but it is a decent SATA/RAID0 extender.If you need a "hybrid" SSD/HDD setup, you should better invest in either one of the "hybrid" disks (Samsung made some) or in a PrimoCache software (costs about same money as this board), which I have personally tried with a great success.4Great card, a little more than I need evenI recently upgraded to this card over the IO Crest 2 Port SATA III PCI-Express x1 Card (SY-PEX40039). I knew my SSD could run faster than what the other card was providing, and the SATA connections on the other card suck. I bought this one to resolve both issues. I haven't had it very long, so I can't speak to the connector issue (although it does employ clips), but I can say that the speed increase is phenomenal. With my OCZ Agility 3, I get over 500 MBps max read and write (see attached image). The old card gave me less than 350 MBps write and about 400 MBps read, so if you're trying to decide between a 1 or 2 lane PCI-e card then I'd definitely recommend this one (2 lane). Just make sure you have an available x4 (or higher) pci-e 2.0 slot, and make sure your SSD can run fast enough to be worth it. This card is about 3 times the price as the IO Crest (still not that expensive though).PROS:-Built in utility for creating hybrid drives (SSD + HDD). This is what they mean by "hyperduo".-Built in utility for creating RAID 0,1,1+0-Manage drives from special screen during bootup or from windows-Nice selection of ports: vertical SATA (with clips), horizontal SATA, eSATA-Worked well out of the box. Plugged it in and it worked perfectly on the first boot. (my drives were already configured as IDE instead of AHCI or RAID)CONS:-Jumper configuration is a little weird-Metal slot filler comes slightly warped (make sure to first stick the motherboard end in snug)5Tremendous Improvement In Speed and Stable 7/31/14: I believe the external ports to this card must be enabled by moving the jumpers on the card. The instructions show this but are not clear. If you don't do this, you can't use this card to connect to an external drive. From the manual, it looks like you can enable two internal ports only, two external ports only or 1 internal port and 1 external port at the same time.Running Windows 7 64bit.My Samsung EVO 1 TB SSD was reading 100-120MB's per second on the SATA II port of Asus P5ND motherboard as reported by the Samsung "Magician" benchmark software included with the drive. Now Magician is reporting 500+ MBs read/write speeds after connecting the card to the PCI Express 2.0 slot on the motherboard.Some people complained of a delay in boot time after connecting this card. I'm not using this as a main boot drive as of yet, but the only start-up delay I see is a 1 second text referring to the SSD drive that was not there before installing this card. This seems normal as the status of all my connected drives are shown at boot time.Make sure you check the Syba website for the newest drivers.Amazing card. 5Works great 1.5 years laterI bought this to run a single SSD on a system that only had Sata II, I was worried the install would cause problems reading reviews here but it was simple and I had absolutely no problems, Windows 10 also. The SSD is a Samsung 860 EVO 500GB and I'm getting near Sata III speeds like other people are getting as seen in images in reviews here. Honestly I'm surprised this product only has 3 stars average, it's been a great product for me and saved me from having to upgrade my computer when it wasn't necessary. I worked in IT for 10 years and this is a good product in my judgment.5Great speed improvements on sata II controllers with SSD drives - actually getting rated SSD speeds nowAdded life to an older Asus P6T Sata II mobo after I realized I wasn't getting half as much out of an SSD as I should have.easy as: install card, boot windows, install drivers, shutdown, move SSD sata cable from mobo to card, turn computer on.before and after tests show a clear improvement. both taken using crystaldiskmark5.1. both using AHCI disk typeBefore:275 248158 195258 2635 72After:523 447258 268410 43826 73After speeds are very close to the drives rated 570/470 speeds and a big improvement over the mobo controller.great value for the performance improvement and very low effort in switching.5
Syba SD-PEX40100 2 Port SATA III or 2 Port eSATA IIPCIe 2.0 x1 Controller Card

Syba SD-PEX40100 2 Port SATA III or 2 Port eSATA IIPCIe 2.0 x1 Controller Card

3.5
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