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Adaptec SCSI Card 39160 Ultra160 SCSI
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Adaptec SCSI Card 39160 Ultra160






Windows 7 64-bit

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  • Type: Built in SCSI
  • Interface: 64-bit PCI (32-bit compatible)
  • Data Transfer Rate: up to 160 Mb/sec on each channel
  • Card Dimension: 6.87" x 3.87"
  • External Connector: two 68-pin VHDCI for LVD SCSI devices


The Adaptec SCSI Card 39160 delivers maximum system performance with its 2 independent Ultra 160 SCSI channels. It is perfect for the connection of external arrays and can handle as many as 30 devices. Aside from this, it is also good for use with several SCSI hard disks in order to deliver unparalleled performance in demanding set-ups. It is ideal for enterprise servers. Its 64-bit PCI interface in tandem with the 2 Ultra160 SCSI channels enable data to move at fast speeds.

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Many kinds of SCSI devices, such as the Adaptec SCSI Card 39160 Ultra160 chipset, have a multiplicity of interfaces, with SPI (Parallel SCSI) being one of them. These interfaces are now included in computers, often built straight into the motherboard and/or bundled as plugins. Cables come in the form of a ribbon with two or more pin connectors attached. SCSI commands are classified into four categories. These are non-data, reading, writing and bi-directional. Other forms of cabling interfaces are USB, serial and ISCSI. As for SCSI, it is often used by RAID servers. Maintenance should always be implemented, in order to achieve reliable operation. Without proper system maintenance, data transition could reflect from the ends of the bus, causing pulse distortion that may trigger potential data loss. SCSI, such as the Adaptec SCSI Card 39160 Ultra160 chipset, is simply a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring digital data from the computer to other peripherals and devices attached to it.