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hardware Classic   hardware Classic : FastATA 4000 MK-VII CF/SATA controllers
   posted by DJS on 2-Nov-2016 0:45:37 (1007 reads)
The first boards from limited black edition of the new version of FastATA 4000 controllers are just available.




You can order your board in Elbox Online Stores at
FastATA 4000 MK-VII CF/SATA page for customers from the European Union,
FastATA 4000 MK-VII CF/SATA page for customers from other countries
or from Elbox distributors.
    

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