Sharkoon Release QuickPort Duo

"The Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Duo adds a second hard drive bay to its award winning design"

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Sharkoon Release QuickPort Duo
 
Sharkoon has endowed its popular QuickPort with a second hard drive slot, now offering its docking station for externally housed mass-storage in the model "SATA QuickPort Duo".
 
With the Sharkoon QuickPort, a 2.5" or 3.5" SATA hard drive can be quickly and easily connected to computers without permanent installation in an external enclosure. Now, a second HDD slot allows the QuickPort Duo to service two hard drives at once, irrespective of whether they are 2.5" or 3.5" drives. The two slots are covered by folding covers with small cut-outs for notebook hard drives. Both smaller and larger hard drives are held securely in place, and drives are removed through an easy-to-use release button.

Users have the option of transferring data via either USB 2.0 or eSATA. There are two separate eSATA ports for each hard drive slot and one USB connector. Power is supplied via the included adapter. Included in the packaging are a USB cable, two eSATA cables and an installation manual.

End customers will find the Sharkoon QuickPort Duo available immediately from authorized retailers for the suggested retail price of 47 euros.

For more information regarding the Sharkoon QuickPort Duo or other Sharkoon products, to request photos or other informational material, please contact us or go to www.sharkoon.com.
 
 
 
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31-10-2008, 06:50:03

Rastalovich
Personally, I`d always try seeking action through NewEgg b4 resorting to ASUS via RMA.

A store/e-shop may well give u a quicker turn around.

Store dependent ofc. For example, I`d go to Scan with a fault issue b4 I went to a manufacturer.

4.5 weeks ? Is not that long.

31-10-2008, 07:14:55

Jim
Will newegg not allow you to return and swap for an alternative board? All these Extreme's dying on OC3D alone is not a good sign :s

31-10-2008, 07:33:41

Rastalovich
If not exchange.. try credit/refund and select ur own.

IF there are flaws with the mobo on a widespread basis, it`ll fuel an arguement.

31-10-2008, 08:27:27

PV5150
Well I think that there are too many cases now for it to be considered an isolated incident or confined to a select few boards.

Will newegg not allow you to return and swap for an alternative board?


Good option if Newegg allow it

01-11-2008, 08:17:11

cutter
Hi, well NewEgg would not take my board back .[over 30 days] So I RMA, ed ASUS ,I don't know if they fixed the problem ,they keep the mobo for 20, days . Could not find out what they did ? It looks like they put two heat sinks on right rear of board. I have not been able to find out no matter how hard I try. I have riped lmy case apart and plan on installing a Boreas 12Tech Chiller with Swiftech's north bridge and CPU cooler blocks. Also, am looking for a MOSFET block cooler and a 280GTX cooler. I will not know if the board works until I rebuild my case, getto build. I do suggest if you have this board within a 30 day period, return it. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you. Cutter:mad:

01-11-2008, 08:38:57

PV5150
Hey cutter would you mind taking a photo or two of the heatsinks that you say ASUS has put on the back of the motherboard for me please? Feel free to upload them to our upload facility here

03-11-2008, 20:01:03

cutter
Here are some pictures of the motherboard. I think they added a heat pipe and their air cooled heat sink to the right rear of the board. See attached pictures. Cutter

04-11-2008, 00:06:23

PV5150
Erm cutter I think you forgot to add a link to the images. I look forward to seeing them when you return

04-11-2008, 12:17:19

kaganader
Well as of now my RMA was approved and hopefully sometime this week I will be getting the rampage back. when I get it back I will post some more on how its running and if it goes zzzzz again on me.

07-11-2008, 17:15:58

kaganader
Hey all, I just got the new Rampage Extreme yesterday, I hook it up and when I put it to XMP profile in the Bios and restarted....it died or whatever it just won't post just like the last one..... I have never had such a problem with motherboards till I got this one. and I thought the 790i was bad (when it first came out) but this board just refuses to work at all.
I tried starting it with just cpu and one stick of ram on the motherboard tray, no go with that.
I tried it again with the cpu and one stick of ram on a plastic surface to elminate any metal touching the board that may short it out. still that doesn't work.

I think I'm just going to buy another 790i since this board just refuses to work unless its on stock settings. but once I set it to go higher it fudges and refuses to post.
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