SCSI

small computer system interface; an interface that serves as an expansion bus that can be used to connect hard disk drives, tape drives, and other hardware components.

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Small computer system interface

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Small Computer Systems Interface. An high-level interface for external mass storage.

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Small Computer Systems Interface

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The Small Computer Systems Interface. 1. A parallel Input Output bus used on most mini-computers for attaching peripherals such as disks, CDROMS, tape drives, and other high throughput devices. The original SCSI specification allows for at least one Host Adapter (the interface to the CPU), and six other Controllers on the bus, each of which can con...
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Small Computer System Interface [pronounced 'Scuzzy']. A high speed data interface that uses a card, which plugs into an ISA [integrated system architecture] socket on the computer motherboard. SCSI cards that use PCI slots are also available.
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Small Computer Systems Interface, details ...
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Small Computer Systems Interface. A computer standard that defines the software and hardware methods of connecting more external devices to a computer bus.
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(Digital cameras and photo printers) Small Computer System Interface. A general interface standard used, for example, to connect external storage devices or scanners with a computer. It is necessary to differentiate between SCSI I, SCSI II, and SCSI III.
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Small Computer Systems Interface, pronounced “scussy�. A device independent interface used for a wide range of peripherals.
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Small Computer System Interface - a parallel interface standard widely used for interfacing high performance disk drives, scanners, printers and similar peripherals. Exists in both internal and external forms. There have been many revisions of bus width and speed (including new external connectors for each) but even so manages a surprising success ...
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Small Computer Systems Interface - this is an agreed standard system for communicating data between computers and data storage and acquisition devices, the data being transmitted along parallel data paths - it is commonly used to link a computer to hard drives, CD-ROMs and/or scanners, but it can also be used to link computers together, subject to ...
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A high-speed interface for hard drives, CD-ROM drives, scanners and other devices. SCSI comes from Small Computer System Interface.
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Small Computer System Interface. A standard form of interface used by the Amiga, Macintosh, Atari ST, and PC for connecting devices, such as hard drives and CD-ROM. It is technically better than the IDE standard, although this is rapidly changing.
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Small Computer System Interface -- an extremely fast device access protocol.
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Small Computer System Interface: “scuzzy�. Peripheral connection interface for hard drives, scanners, CD-burners and mass storage devices for personal computers. Each item has a number for an 'address'. Operates on a 'daisy chain' principal.
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Small Computer System Interface.
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A high-speed input/output bus used mainly in Macintosh computers but also popular in many high-end PC's.
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(from the article `computer`) ...bundled or joined together in a single device. Multiple peripherals can be attached to a single bus—the peripherals need not be homogeneous. An ...
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A high-speed input/output bus used mainly in Macintosh computers but also popular in many high-end PC's
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Small Computer System Interface is a standard electronic interface between your computer and its peripherals(hard drives, CD and DVD Readers and Writers and other peripherals). SCSIFAQ.
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In computing, one of the methods for connecting peripheral devices (such as printers, scanners, and CD-ROM drives) to a computer. A group of peripherals linked in series to a single SCSI port is called a daisy-chain. SCSIs are common in file servers and high-performance computers. One of the main advantages of a SCSI is that devices att...
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Scsi

See also: :Category:Cities in Hubei. Most cities listed there are prefecture-level (although some are county-level). ...
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Small Computer System Interface (SCSI, i {respell|SKUZ|ee}) is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices. The SCSI standards define commands, protocols and electrical and optical interfaces. SCSI is most commonly used for hard disks and tape drives, but it can connect a wide range o...
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Small Computer System Interface
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