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    HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    The HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 has got quite a few features but still relies on the CPU and operating system to do a lot of the work for it. Help or hindrance? Check out our in-depth review to find out.
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    Re: HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    anything i can't boot off into any os without ****ing about is by and large worthless

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    Re: HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    So buy a Revo64 then? I'm pleased to at last see a Mfr use the Right to Reply.. there was some useful info in there about saving array info onto the drives which might make people think again about the product. Thank you Highpoint for having the guts to speak up.

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    Re: HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    Quote Originally Posted by Methanoid View Post
    So buy a Revo64 then? I'm pleased to at last see a Mfr use the Right to Reply.. there was some useful info in there about saving array info onto the drives which might make people think again about the product. Thank you Highpoint for having the guts to speak up.
    netcell are dead & buried. i've got an LSI card in a machine though

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    Re: HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    But the revo still works fine thank you very much.. just cos the company are gone doesnt mean the hardware ceases to work

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    Re: HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    Quote Originally Posted by Methanoid View Post
    But the revo still works fine thank you very much.. just cos the company are gone doesnt mean the hardware ceases to work
    it means BIOS bugs will never be fixed, though

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    Re: HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 - Ready for take-off?

    Quote Originally Posted by Methanoid View Post
    But the revo still works fine thank you very much.. just cos the company are gone doesnt mean the hardware ceases to work
    They aren't exactly the most reliable of controllers in the first place. The sooner i can replace mine the better.

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