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HDD SCSI to USB adaptor?

Discussion in 'Storage' started by ChristTheGreat, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. ChristTheGreat

    ChristTheGreat

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    Hey guys,

    I just found a couple of hard drive SCSI at work. We doN,t use them anymore.

    looks like this:

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    is there any Adaptor to put them USB? cause I hav 3x 146gb 15k, and some 73gb but I would like to clean them, and maybe sell back the 146gb.

    I could get a PCI card and plug them into a computer, but USB would be the best didn't find anything. I don't want really to put 100$ on stuff if I was about to resell ;)


    Thanks for any help :)
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    http://www.usbgear.net/USB_SCSI_adapters.html

    I have no idea how good that'll work though, and I have no idea if they support the correct version, neither do I know how that will work with drives that were part of a RAID setup.

    The stuff is there though, hope someone has ideas. :)
     
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    SCSI is sooo yesterday but there are older systems out there that need them. Sell them all and get yourself a usb 3.0 drive enclosure and drive (1 TB = about $80).
     
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    I don't know if the drives are working :/ I have 3x Seagate 146gb 15k.5 SCSI no hot swap, 3x Maxtor 73gb SAS 10k, and 3x Maxtor + 1x Seagate 73gb SCSI no hot swap 10k.

    that's why I'm looking for a low cost thing to test them :) I would surely sell them if I can!

    Thansk for your post guys!
     
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