SiS 180 RAID Controller

Category: System & Controllers
Manufacturer: Silicon Integrated Systems
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 5.06 MB
Operating System: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 3.03 / 05 Sep 2003

Windows device driver information for SiS 180 RAID Controller

SiS 180 RAID Controller is classified under the systems and controllers. It has SiS180, which is a PCI to the Parallel ATA and the Serial ATA controllers. It boasts of having a support for one IDE parallel channel and SATA ports, which are two in number. The PCI interface has a PCI2.3 compliancy and a clock timing of 33MHz. The SATA interface of the SiS 180 RAID Controller meet s the Serial ATA 1.In addition the SiS 180 RAID Controller has a 1.5 GB/s transfer rate. It also has a transfer rate for DMA by SATA standing at not more than 150MB/s. The Hard drive of the SiS 180 RAID Controller, which is on the SATA channel and which has a SiS of one hundred and eighty is able to be picked upon as the systems boot up drive. Since the hard drive operations are still running at the boot up drive, it means that the system is bound to benefit from SATA speed.

Outdated Drivers?

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

SiS 180 RAID Controller boasts of having an easy step to step guideline for down loading and installation. However, before one can be able to download it is advisable to use the latest version of the SiS 180 RAID Controller device driver, which is 5.1.1039.1070 since it plays a major role in ensuring the functionality of the controller is made better and easier. It is also advisable to make a frequent update of the SiS 180 RAID Controller and ensuring that the correct SiS 180 RAID Controller drivers are picked and a back up is made on Windows every time. After the download id done one is expected to double click on the file, which has been downloaded and start the installation process, which includes a definition of the other device model for the SCSI Adapter, then identifying the operating systems. Thereafter one should browse and find the drivers for the SCSI Adapter and finally pick on the SiS 180/181 RAID Controller option and download it. To complete the entire process successfully one should reboot or restart the computer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and SiS 180 RAID Controller errors before installing any driver updates.