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drive bay

[′drīv ‚bā]
(computer science)
A space in the cabinet of a personal computer where disk drives, tape drives, and CD-ROM drives can be installed. Also known as bay.

drive bay

A cavity for a disk drive in a computer cabinet. See Device Bay.
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IDYLLIC This 19th Century converted village school boasts a full-height lounge and dining room with exposed beams and a spiral staircase.
The Dell EMS 753 is available immediately, and prices start at $5,999 for a unit configured with two 650MB full-height SCSI-2 disk drives, $6,799 for a unit with two 1.
Expansion slots : Each 1 Full- height PCI, Full-height PCIeX1, Full-height PCIeX16 8.
Full-height glazing adds to the sense of lightness and seamlessness and the composition is anchored by charcoal grey porcelain floor tiles.
The modern facade is comprised of two-toned masonry, cast stone, and full-height insulated glass and aluminum windows and terrace doors.
The library is available in three configurations consisting of a single LTO-2 half-height SCSI drive, a single LTO-3 full-height SCSI drive, or a single LTO-3 full height Fibre Channel (FC) tape drive, along with four cartridge magazines that can hold a total of 48 LTO tape cartridges.
Light washes voluptuously through full-height glazing and everywhere you look there are Master of the Universe views over Suruga Bay.
Nearly half of the units have soaring 20'-8" ceilings and solariums with full-height glass frame windows; all have balconies (some with two) offering stunning city views, and gas burning fireplaces operated by remote control.
The platform's four full-length, full-height PCI slots accommodate a variety of sensor input I/O including A/D, serial FPDP, and custom LVDS or fiber links, as well as storage output I/O for fibre channel, SCSI, or SATA.
A similar effect is achieved in the study where a narrow steel staircase leading up towards a full-height bookshelf counterbalances the natural sense of sedation created by its chipboard ceiling and wooden floor.
The striking interior by SOM partner Roger Duffy features a polished stainless steel floor and ceiling that reflect the full-height exhibit cases into endless verticals, creating an illusion of towering structures.