Category: System & Controllers
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT4, SuSE 7.3, Redhat Linux 7.2, Windows ME
Latest Version / Release Date: 188.8.131.5210 / 07 Apr 2004
The RAID processor of PERC 320/DC is Intel 80303 and its controller interface of U320 SCSI 320 MB/s burst rate per channel. The interface revision is U320 SCSI while interface transfer rate is 320 MB/s. Its supported devices include is SCSI Hard Disk Drives, has two independent SCSI channels and it has fifteen devices per SCSI channel. The PCI Bus interface include 66 MHz PCI ,64 bit, and PCI Standard 2.2 while its SCSI connectors include One High density 68-pin (Internal) and two very high density 68-pin (external). PERC 320/DC has basic input/output system commonly referred to as BIOS. Its cache configuration is sixty four of PC100 SDRAM which is soldered to the controller and its firmware is four MB flash ROM. Its Nonvolatile RAM is a thirty-two utilized for storing RAID configuration. While its storage interface rate is 320 B/s, its host interface rate is 533 MB/s.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The physical description of PERC 320/DC include 2.537 inches, 6.6 inches and .737 inches in height, width and depth respectively. It requires a maximum current requirement of 2.72 A and power requirements of between .5 and +5 though other voltages can be used only that they should be generated from 5V Vcc line of the controller. It requires an operating temperature of between 0o C and 50o and a non operating temperature of between 00 C and 60o. It works well at a relative humidity of between 10% and 90% (non-condensing) and an attitude of maximum 3000 meters. Users of PERC 320/DC are advised to always use the latest version the devise driver as this will assist them to utilize its functions better and easier. Versions that are old are known to cause conflicts of devices as well as errors in controller work. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and PERC 320/DC errors before installing any driver updates.