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Scsi card

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Last response: in Overclocking
September 28, 2011 11:15:27 PM

What is a scsi card and what is it used for?

Isn't scsi obsolete technology? Why don't they use them anymore?

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a c 198 K Overclocking
September 29, 2011 8:34:06 AM

The main reason SCSI isn't used much any more is cost.

For the usual purposes (hard drives), SATA works nearly as well and is much cheaper.

The other use of SCSI is to tie multiple (commonly, up to 7), high performance, intelligent devices together on a common bus. And that is also like SATA. You can usually a less expensive way of doing that.
The big advantage is that SCSI is a well defined standard.