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Thread: SCSI vs ATA/SATA




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    hello guys! Em just wondring which one is a lot faster --is it the SCSI, ATA or SATA HDD's?

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    It depends on the version of SCSI you're interested in. Modern versions are faster than ATA or SATA drives, but at a greatly inflated cost. Unless you're running database intensive server situations or regularly use large files, then SCSI really won't help you out much. :)
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    I see, is the new version the 68 pin one?

    And also, isn't that SCSI can use for optical drives such as CD/DVD burners? Unlike the ATA/SATA where you can only attached HDD's

    and lastly how much you think this SCSI cards are? I asked a local shop round my area and he told that they are selling it for 35 pounds currency is in UK. Do you think its the right SCSI he's chatting about?

    thanks for man!

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