MZHOU PCIe SATA Controller Card 10 Port with 10 SATA Cables and Low Profile Bracket – 6Gbps SATA 3.0 PCIe Card,Support 10 Port SATA 3.0 Devices

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MZHOU PCIe SATA Controller Card 10 Port with 10 SATA Cables and Low Profile Bracket - 6Gbps SATA 3.0 PCIe Card,Support 10 Port SATA 3.0 Devices

MZHOU PCIe SATA Controller Card 10 Port with 10 SATA Cables and Low Profile Bracket – 6Gbps SATA 3.0 PCIe Card,Support 10 Port SATA 3.0 Devices



  • With this PCIe SATA card, you can add 10 SATA 3.0 6 Gbps devices to your computer (No need to install a driver and contact the seller if need the driver).
  • The PCIe SATA card contains ten SATA cables to simplify the connection!
  • Use the 1166+JMB575 chip to improve card stability and compatibility.
  • Connect 10 mass storage devices at the same time. With Windows XP/8/10 / MAC / NAS / Ubuntu(Not recommended to use win 7, it may be stuck).
  • Note: The 10-port does not support RAID. The RAID in INTEL is only for original SATA. It is an expansion card that cannot support third-party chips.


Supports communication speeds of 6.0 Gbps, 3.0 Gbps and 1.5 Gbps.
Support for native command queue (NCQ).
Support hot swap and hot swap.
Compatible with SATA6G, 3G and 1.5G hard drives.
Bus interface: PCI-Express x4 slot
Expansion interface: 10 ports SATA3.0 interfaces
System requirements: There is an available PCI Express X4 slot, which also supports PCI-E X8 X16

➛Synology can only recognize 4 disks, please know!
➛The SATA3.0 PCI-E card must be installed in the PCI-E slot of the motherboard and can not be inserted into the PCI slot.
➛The fastest speed for PCI-E 2.0 is 380-450 m / s. When connected to PCI-E1.0, the speed is only 200-300 m / s. Different computer configurations and SATA SSD have different speeds.
➛If all ports are used at the same time, the speed slows down.
➛We recommend using this SATA 3.0 card in the PCIE2.0 or 3.0 slot for the fastest speed.
➛ATA port multiplier is not supported if the driver is not installed.We need to install the driver to recognize all disks.
➛Make sure the computer is turned off before inserting or removing the card. Then insert the card to avoid damaging the motherboard or expansion card.
➛This 10-port SATA card can be installed without a driver. If it is unstable or has other obstacles, you can send a message to the seller to send the driver for you.
➛If the light is on and the disk cannot be released, it is generally because the load of the power cord is too heavy. A power cord can carry up to 3 disks.

Package Contents:
1 * 10 Port SATA 3.0 expansion card
1 * Low bracket
10 * SATA cable

Rating & Review

Based on 2 Reviews
  1. MEA
    Worked with Unraid
    I decided to turn an old computer into an Unraid Server, but I got too ambitious for my own good and found myself without enough storage connections for the drives i got. My board when using two NVME drives in the two m.2 slots available only allowed for 4 out of the 10 SATA connections to be used. And since I bought 4x6tb drives and wanted to use an old 3tb drive and two SSDs I had sitting around I didn’t have enough plugs. Looked online a lot… folks recommending some very expansive SAS cards and what not. After some brain storming I decided on this guy as I don’t need top performance or anything of the sort. And I was very pleased when it worked just fine.
    Of course its kind of early to tell still but the system has been running for an entire day with no problems. I transferred around 4tb of data into the server and not a single hiccup. And I still have 3 open ports for future expansion.

    For the price if you need something simple to add some more drives to your Unraid system them this might just be what you need.

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  2. Deathnovan
    Plug and Play
    Plugged the device in, plugged a drive into one of the ports, and voila, a drive was born! sadly the cables that come with the device are all straight when having 90-degree cords would have been ideal. Probably more for a server, but whatever. I ended up getting it because my mo/board only had 6 ports which would have been fine but two of them get taken if I use the second m.2 slot so I am left with four. Newer boards only have 4 so by that logic, I will need more ports at some point. I made sure to get the smaller x1 so that it will fit in any board I get later. My current board only has 3 x1’s and 2 x10 so I wasn’t willing to sacrifice my only other x10 for more sata.
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