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  Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) is a set of standards

Black Box Explains: SCSI


SCSI (Small Computer Standard Interface), pronouced "scuzzy", enables you to connect your computer to wide range of peripherals such as hard disks, CD-ROMS, printers and scanners.

The Black Box explain series make technology simple. It provides you with a clear, concise overview information about SCSI technology, so you can make an informed purchasing decision.



Introduction into SCSI

SCSI is the way peripherals communicate with the main processor of your computer.


 

SCSI Technical reference

An overview of the various SCSI standards and connectors



 

Ultra SCSI

Fast, Faster....As microprocessors get faster, hard drives get larger and high-speed becomes a necessity.


 

SCSI Termination

There are three forms of SCSI termination recognized: Active, Passive and the most complex one: Forced-Perfect.



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