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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2002 2:15 am 
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http://www.electroimage.com/adaptec.htm
http://www.sonic.net/mnitepub/pccafe/re ... wscsi.html

As new it has a RRP of $535

AHA-2940 PCI U-SCSI MASTER KIT
PCI Ultra SCSI adapter. SCSI-I/II/III.
Supports up to 7 devices. 20MB/sec transfer rate.
AHA-2940 ULTRA KIT

For "power" desktop users needing performance multitasking capabilities
* TYPE: SCSI, SCSI-II, SCSI-III. Fast & Ultra SCSI
* TRANSFER RATE: 20MB/sec burst rate
* S/W: EZ-SCSI (CD-ROM) & software drivers
* CONNECTORS: 1 x 50pin internal. 1 x 50pin high density SCSI-II external
* Supports up to 7 single ended devices
* Uses Adaptecs PhaseEngine RISC processor
* Certified under Windows NT & 95. Will also work with OS/2
* Includes internal cable & complete documentation
Adaptec: http://www.adaptec.com/worldwide/suppor ... AHA-2940UW

Installation: http://www.mdyn.com/service/notes/2940UW.html

I have the card, a SCSI cable and the original software CD and disks, it has been tested at work and works fine (its near impossible to kill an Adaptec SCSI card).

I would like $150 o.n.o. for it or I will just keep it and get a second hand SCSI HDD from work and put it in the server at home.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2002 10:30 am 
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Anyone?

I really just don't have the cash to buy a SCSI HDD otherwise I would be using the card :)

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