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SATA Controller card recommendations please

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We have a Dell PowerEdge 600SC running Server 2000.  The main drive is a SCSI RAID 1 array.  The data disks are currently EIDE drives.  We want to convert the data disks to SATA without RAID.  I am looking for 2 eSATA and 2 SATA connectors.  We do have an available PCI-X slot if that would speed things up.  Do you have any suggestions?
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Thanks. We ended up going with a HighPoint RocketRAID 2210 PCI-X.
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