HPT374 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller

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Category: System and controllers
Manufacturer: HighPoint Technologies, Inc.
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 221 KB
Operating System: Windows NT 4, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: v3.04 / 02 Apr 2009
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Windows device driver information for HPT374 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller

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The HPT374 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller is the latest in the generation of HPT37X series RAID controller family and integrates the latest ATA133 technology. Unlike previous controllers, the HPT374 adopts the higher 0.35u process and provides 4 independent ATA channels. It supports up to 8 Ultra DMA/ATA133 devices, with a PCI burst transfer rate of up to 133 megabytes per second (MB/Sec). The HPT374 is also fully backward compatible with all hard disk devices. This version introduces two new RAID levels - RAID 1/0, and RAID 5 but the RAID 0/1 arrays can not be created with this revision although it will continue to support existing RAID 0/1 arrays. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and HPT374 UDMA/ATA133 RAID Controller errors before installing any driver updates.

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