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Looking for RAID 1 Card with Cloning

Posted on 2011-03-13
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Can someone please recomend to me an Adaptec RAID 1 Card for Either SATA or SATA & SAS Capability that has some sort of Cloning feature, i need to be able to build a RAID 1 array without losing any data on my first hard disk. Needs to be Adaptec Brand also.

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Something like this card:

http://www.adaptec.com/en-us/products/controllers/hardware/sas/entry/sas-2405/

from my experience all of the adaptec RAID cards (entry level models for PC / workstations) can clone the 1st disk when making the RAID 1.

The terminology in the BIOS interface may not be straight forward though.
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