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Sonnet Fusion Dual U.2 SSD Carrier PCIe Card for two(2) U.2 NVMe SSD

$ 199.99

  • Micron 15.36TB

  • Micron 7.68TB

  • Micron 3.84TB


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  • Supports 6 Bay M.2 Hardware secure boot ready
  • x8 PCIe Gen 4.0 host interface
  • Support individual NVMe PowerDisable feature
  • Redundant flash image for adapter availability
  • Capacity expansion, RAID level/stripe size migration
  • SED support for hardware NVMe encryption capable drives
  • Tri-mode interface at each M.2 bays - 12Gb/s SAS/SATA / Gen 4.0 PCIe (NVMe)
  • RAID levels 0, 1 (Simple/Multi Mirroring), 10, Single Disk (Single/Dual/Triple) or JBOD
  • Device interface PCIe Gen4 NVMe / 6Gbps SATA per M.2 slot
  • Support off module power loss protection for Non PLP NVMe drive using on-board supercapacitor
  • Broad operating support including Windows, Linux (open source), FreeBSD (open source), Mac and VMware


The ARC-1686 series presents the advanced hardware RAID technology in enhanced performance of using 2/4/6 Bays M.2 NVMe. The hardware RAID adapter support off module power loss protection (PLP), on-board hold up supercapacitor, and M.2 slot Power Disable feature for guaranteed data protection. This is designed in a 1.6 GHz dual-core ROC processor and PCIe Gen 4.0 host/device interface and supports RAID levels 0, 1 (Simple/Multi Mirroring), 10, Single Disk (Single/Dual/Triple) or JBOD. Based on the Broadcom SAS3908/SAS3916 x8 PCIe Gen 4.0 to SAS/SATA/PCIe RAID on Chip (ROC) controller, the ARC-1686 entry-level RAID adapter raises the standard to higher performance levels with several enhancements including a new high performance 1.6 GHz dual core ROC processor, outstanding performance PCIe Gen 4.0 host and 12Gb/s SAS/SATA/PCIe (NVMe) interface bus interconnection. At the heart of ARC-1686-xNOD is the incredibly powerful Broadcom SAS3908/SAS3916 dual-core ARM A15 tri-mode ROC, giving effortless performance as desirable. It delivers storage interface PCIe Gen 4 NVMe, 12Gb/s SAS, 6Gb/s SATA, and the security of data protection. Damage in a software RAID is considered as the consumption of massive computation and memory bandwidth on the host. The ARC-1686-xNOD hardware RAID relieves the parity generation burden from the host and maximizes application processing performance. 2 Tera Byte of READ/WRITE.