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that's a Dell OEM version of an LSI card - performance is reasonable, but not stellar. Install the LSI management software (check the PERC sticky for links) to see if the drive cache is enabled - if it isn't you get poor performance as the card has no onboard cache itself.

You should also try the pinmod (post 1 of the PERC sticky) if you have boot issues - it's likely that card will also not play nicely with SMBus issues on some boards.
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What thread? I can't seem to find out what you're talking about
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What thread? I can't seem to find out what you're talking about
The sticky in the RAID sub-forum.
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Thanks for the thread. I've got alot of reading to do.
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