Bij GA-Hardware hebben ze nog een review geproduceerd, namelijk eentje over de AMI Hyperdisk IDE RAID Controller:
What many of us may not think of is that the expertise that engineers how your CPU "talks" to your other components can be applied to other enhancements. One that is receiving a lot of interest lately is IDE RAID. Within the last month or so, a lot of sites have reported on (and copied others information) the ability to hack a Promise UDMA/66 controller into their RAID controller by a little bit of soldering and a BIOS update.
How many people are really interested in RAID? Well, probably more would be if they understood it better. RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. The main points of RAID are allowing for higher performance, and better data safety. RAID achieves this by using multiple drives in variety of configurations. One thing I always had questioned was the "I" in RAID, as up until very recently all RAID systems were SCSI, and NOT inexpensive.
De Hyperdisk is een standaard RAID controller maar dan wel eentje gemaakt op mooi blauw PCB, toch belangrijk als je kast dag en nacht openstaat .