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Solved: SCSI to SATA converter???

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by pickelsaretasty, Jul 5, 2007.

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  1. pickelsaretasty

    pickelsaretasty Thread Starter

    Jul 26, 2006
    Well I got into a little crunch and wasn't paying much attention and I accidentally bought a "Fujitsu 147GB 10K SCSI HARDDRIVE MAT3147NC U320 80 PIN" thinking for some reason that it was an SATA drive *hits self on head*.

    Anyways I'm looking for a very simple and low cost solution to be able to run the SCSI drive in my computer. I've seen all types of converters for 80 pin and such, but I don't really know which one is applicable with the hard drive I got. Are there any SCSI to SATA converters out there? or is there anyway possible to run a SCSI drive from my home computer, without spending too much money? or should I just sell it and just stick with SATA?


  2. Memnoch322


    May 10, 2005
    Sell it and get a SATA drive would be my move. If you cant return it Ebay it.
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