[geeks] Just for grins ...
alaric at caerllewys.net
Fri Sep 3 01:20:09 CDT 2004
On Fri, Sep 03, 2004 at 12:00:16AM -0600, Dan Duncan wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Sep 2004, Phil Stracchino wrote:
> > ...anyone have any old dead Seagate ST11200N disks lying around? (Or
> > anything else with the same physical mechanism.)
> *pulls out screwdriver*
> *voids warranty*
> *peeks into carrier*
> I have a box of ST31230N's... are they the same mechanism?
No idea, honestly.
Hmm, that's a 1.05/1.06GB Hawk 2LP .... almost certainly not the same
mechanism. The 11200 is a half-heignt drive in which the case is a
full-depth, squared-off "tub" with a thin flush-fitting sheet metal
They have God's own head magnets.
> If not they're in DEC SBB (narrow/VA) carriers. Does anyone want
> the drives and/or carriers for shipping costs or an interesting
> trade? I have 8 in the box and one propping up a window. I
> could use a cpu or two for a U2.
Hm, I have a whole pile of DEC carriers myself with 4G drives in them.
I know they're Barracudas inside the cans, but I don't know *which*
Saaaayy..... if they're narrow-SCSI, I bet I could drop one (or two)
in the FrankenG3.
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