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using a Dell PERC5/E Controller in a non-dell server

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does anyone have any experience using a dell PERC5/E Controller in a non-dell server?  

i want to hookup dell powervault md1000 SATA enclosures to HP proliant webservers... am I just asking for trouble?
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All a PERC  is,is a rebranded LSI OEM controller,with Dell drivers and BIOS,should work fine.
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