At 14:28 -0800 on 07/02/03, Kris Jones wrote:

>>At 1:27 PM -0500 2/7/2003, P.F.Grenier wrote:
>>SCSI drives, especially now, tend to be server oriented and are higher
>>performance.  So even at the same spindle speed they may have a more
>>powerful head positioning drive which makes for more heat.
>Don't forget that the SCSI controller only does 5MB/s buffer-to-host, and

At least in the case of *some* Quads, this is incorrect, because benchmarking
has shown transfer rates to be higher than this, but I can't speak to the

the pickle

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