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I have two internal seagate cheetah t10 scsi hard drives. The drives have 29 pin connectors and I have bought a 4 x 29 pin connector which fits the drives. The other end of the connector is a 36 pin male connector about 3/4 inch across. I need a specification for a SCSI controller card to enable me to read these hard drives.

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Here are some controller card with SAS interface that might suit your needs, http://www.xpcgear.c...controller.html
I use scsi drives, but this interface is new to me, however, I understand that they do offer better performance that before, good luck and remember to terminate the last drive on the chain and the first drive is "0", jja
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