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Does exist a SD card disk array?

You could buy a 4-port SD card hub for ~US$63. However, you could easily make your own: SD card readers are available for less than $US2, and a 4-port USB hub for ~US$6, so you could assemble a ...
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PCI-e SATA III controller with 4 ports

It's going to be very difficult to find a quad port SATA controller that does not have RAID capabilities built in so you might as well get it with RAID and just not turn on that feature. It is nice, ...
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External 2,5" 2-bay RAID USB3 Enclosure with hdparm/udisksctl power-off support

I'm not sure about their software, but being a company specialising in this presumably QNAP has good software support. One device which I presume will meet your expectations is the TR-002 which has ...
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Low-cost RAID 5 Linux controller card

For $100, you're not going to get a new card. New hardware RAID cards typically run several hundred dollars. What you can get is an old server-class RAID card pulled from a retired system. I ...
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PCIe v3.0 SATA-III controller

Unfortunately, there seems to be a lack of higher-bandwidth SATA controllers. The closest I can find are PCIe 2.0 x2, which is available on some StarTech cards. They are based on the Marvell 88SE9220/...
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Should I choose 5400rpm or 7200rpm hdds for setup RAID 1 on B450 AMD Chipset board

SATA 1 150mb/s SATA 2 300mb/s SATA 3 600mb/s If the RAID controller has SATA 3 connectors it should be able to handle it. If you are looking for raw speed a samsung ssd will do 500-550mb/s read ...
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HBA with flash backed cache and FreeBSD driver? ( for use with FreeNAS)

I personally like the LSI (now Avago) brand of products. They are actually an OEM for IBM, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, and (when they made Xserve) Apple. There's a really good HCL (Hardware Compatibility ...

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