[rescue] Looking for external SCA drive enclosures in Seattle

Devin Ganger devin at thecabal.org
Sat Sep 1 02:57:05 CDT 2007

On 8/31/07 10:27 PM, "r.stricklin" <bear at typewritten.org> wrote:

> On Aug 31, 2007, at 3:09 PM, Phil Stracchino wrote:

>> The six-slot models are labelled "Ultra SCSI" on the side panel.  And,
>> as that imples, thwy will accept six up-to-half-height Ultra-SCSI
>> drives, while the 12-slot 711s will accept only Fast Wide.

> Only the six-slot models labelled "Ultra SCSI" on the front are
> capable of reliably operating at the 20 MHz "Ultra SCSI" speed.
> There is a six-slot model which is not labelled "Ultra SCSI", and
> which operates reliably only at the 10 MHz "Fast SCSI" speed.
> The 12-slot models are all reliable only at 10 MHz. There is no 12-
> slot Ultra SCSI model.

Good to know. I'm specifically interested in the 6-slot Ultra SCSI models,
mainly because of heat and power.

Devin L. Ganger <devin at thecabal.org>
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