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Old Aug 20, 2002, 08:07 AM   #1
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40mb scsi-3 card & 4.5 gb 7200 rpm drive

This is an Orange Micro Grappler scsi 940UW PCI card. Specs:

This top of the line Grappler SCSI 940UW pipelines data at a blistering 40MB/sec for up to 15 SCSI daisy-chained peripherals. That's 8 times faster than Apple's original built-in SCSI port. Customers for this Ultra Wide SCSI-3 interface are expected to be users of high performance internal disk drives (7,200 or 10,000 RPM).

PDF File with more info:

http://www.orangemicro.com/productsh...rappler940.pdf

I also have a Compaq 7200 rpm 4.5 gb hard drive that works nicely with the card.

I will basically take best offer on this one. All parts are in mint condition.
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