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FS: New SCSI 36.4g HD 10K rpm & Adaptec 29160LP

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July 20, 2002 2:18:12 AM

**Fujitsu 36.4GB , 3.5" Wide Ultra2 LVD SCA 80 Pin SCSI-2 Hard Drive**(MAF3364LC)(Brand New, never used)
  • 4 meg buffer
  • 10,000 RPM
  • 5.7ms for read, and fast average latency time of 2.99m
  • Will include 80 to 68 pin adapter for FREE!

    Drive Specifications:
    http://hdd.fujitsu.com/global/drive/maf3364/catalog.htm...

    **Adaptec 29160LP 64 bit PCI-to-Ultra160 SCSI LVD 68-pin Adapter**(Brand New, never used)
  • 160 MByte/sec performance
  • Seamless backwards compatibility protects legacy devices
  • Industry-leading compatibility, reliability: MTBF=987,355.8 hours=41,140 days=113 years straight :eek: 
  • High performance, low profile form factor ideal
    for thin rackmount servers
  • Low profile card's bracket can easily be swapped with a regular height bracket (not included). It's as easy as unscrewing two screws from your old scsi card bracket and swapping it with the low profile bracket.

    Adapter Specifications:
    http://www.adaptec.com/worldwide/support/techspecs.html...

    No LVD SCSI 68 pin cables provided.
    Asking: $100 for the Adapter card, $189 for the SCSI hard drive w/ free 80 pin adapter.

    Please contact me if interested: kvitlim@socal.rr.com
    Thanks.

    P.S. I also have a clean record on Ebay:
    http://cgi2.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback&...
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    July 31, 2002 1:11:38 AM

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    I also have a clean record on Ebay:


    how do you get a bad record on Ebay?


    <font color=purple>I'm a daisy. I look like a flower, but I'm really a weed.</font color=purple>
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    July 31, 2002 2:45:59 AM

    by screwing people.

    <b>Agent</b> <b><font color=green>81</b></font color=green> :cool:
    July 31, 2002 4:08:48 AM

    ok folks if you look closely, my record is...
    147 positives.137 are from unique users and count toward the final rating.
    1
    neutrals.
    0negatives.0
    are from unique users and count toward the final rating.

    The one neutral feedback came from a user who's check bounced and I replied to his feedback and he retaliated with a neutral.

    I'm not sure why you would label my record as "bad" just from this. And no I don't intend to "screw people"
    July 31, 2002 10:22:25 PM

    we never said you would. I was just asking a general question.

    <font color=purple>I'm a daisy. I look like a flower, but I'm really a weed.</font color=purple>
    July 31, 2002 10:38:09 PM

    Yeah, I was just telling her how you get a bad record, not htat you have one. If it wasn't an 80pin i'd buy it. But i don't want to have to use a converter.

    <b>Agent</b> <b><font color=green>81</b></font color=green> :cool:
    July 31, 2002 11:05:21 PM

    too bad you have to buy it now....you've hurt his feelings.

    <font color=purple>I'm a daisy. I look like a flower, but I'm really a weed.</font color=purple>
    August 1, 2002 4:50:54 PM

    It won't fit in my case. I've tried before. that's why I can't use the converter. I paid 325 for my 36.4 68pin ultra 160. But that was over a year ago. The prices have dropped. Now you can get one for 235 (68 pin that is) you can get a 80pin for around 120 and an adapter for about 35.

    <b>Agent</b> <b><font color=green>81</b></font color=green> :cool:
    August 1, 2002 10:28:37 PM

    build a new machine that will fit it. You have to buy it so you might as well have a machine that can use it right?

    <font color=purple>People should smile more, they'd live longer.</font color=purple>
    August 2, 2002 12:38:36 AM

    you'll buy it for me so you can have it.

    <b>Agent</b> <b><font color=green>81</b></font color=green> :cool:
    August 2, 2002 1:14:48 PM

    I'm not the one that upset him. You have to buy it.

    <font color=purple>People should smile more, they'd live longer.</font color=purple>
    August 2, 2002 5:39:17 PM

    But you said earlier that you'd buy it and keep it. It'd make a great valentine gift for amd_cert

    <b>Agent</b> <b><font color=green>81</b></font color=green> :cool:
    August 2, 2002 10:34:08 PM

    he has too much computer crap already.


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