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SubjectRe: Adaptec AHA-2940UW SCSI
> > From:          Melvin Smith <msmith@quix.robins.af.mil>
> > Subject: Re: Adaptec AHA-2940UW SCSI
> > To: jegglest@chaph.usc.edu (Jason Eggleston)
> > Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 16:10:08 -0400 (EDT)
> > Cc: linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu

> > Does anyone have experience with this adapter? I'd like to purchase it,
> > but don't know if it has problems with linux.
>
> I run the 2940W which works great!
> If the UW is anything close then for for it, I think it will probably
> be one of the leading SCSI adapters if not already.
>
> -MS
I am running with a 2940uw (integrated on the MB from IWILL), The
drives I'm using are SCSI-2&SCSI-1 (Fuji 530mb, Maxtor 340mb, CDC
304mb, 3 cdrom drives). I'm using 1.3.92 kernel with no problems (yet
:-). The processor is a P166 w/16mb EDO ram. I'm waiting for Seagate
to start shipping the Ultra Wide (ST 34371W) drives - expected to be
avail late June or Early July. Quantum says around Oct for their
Ultra Wide drives (engineering samples avail in Sept - 4 Gig @ approx
$676 :-))). By the end of June I hope that 2.0 will be stable enough
for the UW drives. Just think - 40mb/s (max peak) xfer rate, faster,
faster, faster,...
Bob Grabau
rgrabau@darkstar.microserve.com
Linux - The choice for a GNU generation.


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