Fast SCSI


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Fast SCSI

(hardware)
A variant on the SCSI-2 bus. It uses the same 8-bit bus as the original SCSI-1 but runs at up to 10MB/s - double the speed of SCSI-1.
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Fast SCSI

A SCSI interface that transfers at 10 Mbytes/sec rather than 5 Mbytes/sec. The maximum cable length is 9.8 feet. See SCSI.
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Fast SCSI (up to 10 Megatransfers per second, which is 10MB/sec for narrow SCSI or 20MB/sec for wide SCSI) is defined in the SCSI-2 specifications.
When it exchanges data with your Fast SCSI disk, it will do so at Fast SCSI throughput.
A: For a Fast SCSI device on an Ultra SCSI bus, each device negotiates separately with the controller.
A: Yes, but it will be limited to the Fast SCSI speed.
A: The often quoted Fast SCSI data rate of 10MB/sec is the maximum data rate.