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SATA RAID controller alarm via external speaker

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I am trying to find a decent SATA RAID5 controller (PCI preferably) that will support at least 4x1TB Drives, and can route the audible failure alarm to an external speaker. I am currently running on a Highpoint 1740 card and the Internal speaker just is not loud enough for this particular application. I am also open to any suggestions for 3rdy party hardware RAID monitoring software that would allow me to accomplish this as well.
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Well, normally you would use an email alert via the software monitoring.

See if the 1740 supports this.
I am pretty sure the 2000 and 3000 models do.

Other options depend on how handy you are with a soldering iron....


I hope this helps !
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