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Supermicro AOC-SAS2LP-MV8 Add-on Card, 8-Channel SAS/SATA Adapter with 600MB/s per Channel

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  • MPN: AOC-SAS2LP-MV8No RAID support, only JBOD

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Customer Reviews

Works GreatPros:Low cost 8 port HBA card.Has worked with every SATA or SSD drive I have used on it so far.Standard 40mm heat-sink design.Cons:It does get quite hot, therefore you really do need near server level airflow for its long term survival. It is a SuperMicro card and they did design it for use in servers. However thank's to its fairly standard 40mm heat-sink design it is easy to fix.Other Thoughts:I use this in my file server using what the marketers now call "Software Defined Storage". It works great for this and I have had zero issues with its function.My file server is a quiet PC with minimal airflow unless under load (all fans are tied to the water cooler's PWM signal and it's software will spin up the fans as the CPU works) so I was not meeting the required amount of airflow the stock heat-sink would require to effectively cool this card for long term use. This was easily solved using a Swiftech MCX159-CU I had lying around. With this chipset cooler attached, the card is now cooled passively by the air flowing out the PSU and is only warm to the touch.This card uses the pretty standard 40mm heat-sink design that has been around since at least the Intel 440BX Chipset days, so a 40mm heat-sink upgrade was pretty easy to source for it.5If you're in the market for Sata add-on card, look no further this is the one to buy.I have a home server and the motherboard only had 4 sata slots. I had purchased a syba add-on card with 4 Sata ports, for about 1/2 the cost, and it was not very consistent. This card offers so much more and handles the drives so much better; faster data transfer speeds, up to 8 devices, is PCIe, and delayed drive startup for boot power management. Much easier than upgrading outdated motherboard and more cost effective for my scenario. I couldn't be happier with my decision to buy this card.5GREAT NON RAID SOLUTIONWhat can i say i needed to get 8 drives hooked up with the smallest amount of work. This fits the bill. I am using with WHS 2011 and an old i7 920 + GA ud3r board. This thing in my 16x slot looks cool and runs cool. Super fast speeds as well. I have all 8 drives in raid 5 under Drive pools command and they completely saturate my SATA 3 links both internal and external to my box. I get 117 MBs across my home network. and Internal i see 200+ MBs to and from my OS drives during backups (2x Velociraptors raid 1).5Doesn't work well with Windows Server 2012 r2 EssentialsI love Supermicro hardware. I've had two Supermicro servers, and both performed flawlessly. So when I built my new server around the A1SAi-2750F motherboard, I also bought this add-on card to give me more SATA3 ports.But, as other reviewers have indicated, the Marvell chips simply don't perform. I'd hoped that Supermicro may have found a design approach to mitigate the problems, but apparently not. My server, running Windows Server 2012 r2 Essentials, worked great... for a few days. Then the OS could no longer see the drives connected through this AOC-SASLP-MV8. They simply weren't there. There were no such issues with those connected to the SATA ports on the motherboard. So I'd reboot, and they'd reappear, and everything was great. For another 3-5 days, when it would happen again.I finally gave up fighting this problem and bought an LSI 9211-8i. It works. I wish I could get SMART data through it, but at least I don't have to reboot my server every few days.I won't buy another board with a Marvell chip.2Works great on new hardware with LinuxWorks under a very new Asus Prime X470-Pro with a Ryzen 2700 (2nd Generation) running Debian Buster (kernel 4.16.12-1). It is most critically detected as true 8 pcie lanes. This card is much faster than the on-board controller, runs stably, and have very fast I/O. Great buy for Linux enthusiasts.5SATA extension card that works!Bought together with the Monoprice 0.75m 30AWG Internal Mini SAS 36-Pin Male with Latch to 7-Pin Female Forward Breakout Cable, Black (108187), works perfect.Card did not work the first time, after check I realized the card was not properly inserted in the slot.Used it with WIN 10 and a couple WD red drives to create a storage spaces pool and one for a single PLEX/Kodi movie drivePro's everything works fine,Cons, boot time takes a couple seconds more, but this is normal.5I have had one for years. I have 8x ...I have had one for years. I have 8x 4TB WD RED SATA dirives in a btrfs RAID0 pool. File copy on and off the NAS over my 10Gb Intel 10GB SFP+ nets net me 500MB+ each way. This uncashed speeds. I an using 64GB of RAM in this NAS and when the data is in in memory i get 1.2GB. Thats maxing out my 10GB network. phase2 im getting 10000 rpm drives and either a faster controller or a second one and add more drive. I have this also attached to my ESXi server over 10GB D10GB SFP+, mounted with NFS.The card is awseone for the money. I have had zero problems with it.5Works with Windows Server 2019It sees all my drives and has great performance. I did put a small quiet fan on the heatsink and would recommend that you do so too unless using it in a traditional 1U case with crazy airflow.5After installing the correct driver it has been great. I can't yet speak for performance with multiple ...Installed in a Server 2012 box. Had to contact Supermicro support to confirm proper driver version. Don't download the latest driver and assume it is the correct one, there are 4 different versions that are designed for different operating systems. After installing the correct driver it has been great. I can't yet speak for performance with multiple drives since I only have one connected, but that will change soon.5Works with little heatI bought two of these for my HTPC server and am impressed with the over all performance and the lack of high temperatures. The only true complaint I have is that it simply does not mount in a system that well. It was such a tough fit in my cooler master that I finally removed the mounting bracket.For the price you just cannot beat the performance. I would like to see an external bracket offered for this as well so you could use a mini sas cable to hook to an external drive cage. You see external brackets with raid cards and sub controllers all the time so not sure why this would not be possible.4
Supermicro AOC-SAS2LP-MV8 Add-on Card, 8-Channel SAS/SATA Adapter with 600MB/s per Channel

Supermicro AOC-SAS2LP-MV8 Add-on Card, 8-Channel SAS/SATA Adapter with 600MB/s per Channel

3.9
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 339.00
Sale price
SG$ 339.00
Regular price
SG$ 564.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (SG$ 225.00)