[rescue] Need to find

Michael Vergallen mvergall at skynet.be
Mon Aug 22 14:50:21 CDT 2011

On 08/22/2011 09:35 PM, Dan Sikorski wrote:
> Isn't PCI backward compatability part of the PCIX specification?
> The wikipedia article on PCIX says:
> "PCI-X is not compatible with the older 5-volt I/O, which the first
> revision of PCI used exclusively. Starting with PCI 2.x, 3.3 volt I/O
> was supported, with which PCI-X is backward compatible.^[1]
> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI-X#cite_note-PCI-SIG-0>  Apart from
> this, PCI-X and 3.3 volt PCI cards generally can be intermixed on a
> PCI-X bus, but bus speed will be limited to the clock frequency of the
> slowest card, an inherent limitation of PCI's shared bus topology."
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI-X
> So, you just need a PCI HVD SCSI Card?
Seemingly so but I am uncertain this is the case.... I will try ... the 
problem is that I don4t know what PCI 2,2 would work. The only thing 
pc-ish  I used in the last 12 years is a pc with sata drives.


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