Bare card is fine since I own all necessary cables So far, I have narrowed it down to the and the N. Adaptec vs N? If you can get it cheaper, why not? The is supported just fine in Linux. Already have an account? This card offers the best connectivity for internal hard drives and both internal and external desktop devices. I am currently looking to buy a SCSI card that fits the following specs:
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This card provides an easy cable connection and a second, regular-height bracket. The Adaptec SCSI Card supports up to 30 devices, making it ideal for connecting external drive arrays for mirroring and striping multiple SCSI hard disk drives to deliver the ultimate performance in the most demanding environments. As a result, passive termination is adequate for single-ended SCSI configurations. I am currently looking to buy a SCSI card that fits the following specs: Sign in with Twitter.
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Both have the same number of connectors, channels, max devices, max addaptec rate, warranty, etc. Sign in with Google. Sign In Sign Up. Bare card is fine since I own all necessary cables So far, I have narrowed it down to the and the N.
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Posted August 24, The main difference between Adaptec N and is the OS support. As far as the card’s differences go, I do not know of any that are significant. Each of these protocols uses a different type of termination.
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Adaptec vs N? The lower cost is that much more icing. Good thing I had three working machines up at that point, I was able to download the drivers and put them on a floppy.
Other than that, I believe N is superior if not equal. So far, I have narrowed it down to the and the N.
Sign in Already have an account? Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. The is supported just fine in Linux. If you can get it cheaper, why not? Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
Just thought there was a “catch” adaptrc the cheaper N.
adsptec Also, dre there any other cards I should be looking at other than Adaptec? Posted August 25, Does anyone know why the N would be cheaper? In SE signaling, only one transmission line carries the signal while the other is at ground. This card offers the best connectivity for internal hard drives and both internal and external desktop devices. Sign up for a new account in our community.