Intel RAID Controller SRCU41L

Category: System and controllers
Manufacturer: Intel
Caution Level: safe
Download File Size: 332 KB
Operating System: Windows2000, XP, Server 2003, Linux, NetWare, UnixWare and OpenServer
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.01.09 / 2005

Windows device driver information for Intel RAID Controller SRCU41L

Intel RAID Controller SRCU41L is a PCI to SCSI host adapter, which has RAID control abilities. The adapter provides high and reliable performance, which is also fault-tolerant to the disk management subsystem. The RAID adapter is a solution to the internal storage problems common in departments, workgroups and enterprise systems. It also offers a cheap means of implementing RAID on servers. The device has a controller chip (ls153c1020), which controls a single SCSI channel. It also has a high-density cable (VHDCI), with a 68-pin SCI connector for external use. For internal connection, the device uses a 68-pin high-density cable (HDCI). The adapter enables data transfer at 320 megabytes per second. Exceptions to the use of this device include High Voltage Differential (HVD) devices. LVD and SE devices also limit the device functions to slower speeds. The device supports Windows and Open source software.

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Intel RAID Controller SRCU41L supports all hard drivers greater than 8 gigabytes. The device also supports online RAID migration as well as RAID remapping. After expansion, the user does not need to reboot his or her machine for the controller to take effect. The device has a 64 MB synchronized SDRAM on its Intel board, which makes its functioning abilities even more fast. The device's RAID support is available for levels 50, 10, 5, 1, and 0. The device‘s expansion has online support, which enables fast and simple configuration through the BIOS tool. The device enables drive roaming, whereby the user can save information on both the Intel RAID Controller SRCU41L and NVRAM without compromising the integrity of the data. The user can also perform drive migration on both drives. However, he or she should avoid drive migrating and drive roaming the drives at the same time. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Intel RAID Controller SRCU41L errors before installing any driver updates.