SCSI harddrives tested on Amiga 3000 SCSI and Cyberstorm Mk3 SCSI

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100% working and bad-sector free SCSI harddrives with 68pin connectors + 50-pin adaptor + cable + terminator.
Checked working on Cyberstorm Mk3 060 and A3000's built-in SCSI controller (with 68pin-50pin adaptor).

0. Disk name, Raw read transfer on Amiga, Raw read on PC, meter of noise, meter of temperature - price
1. Seagate Cheetah ST336704LW 36GB (Ami: 29MB/s, PC: 35MB/s, QUIET, hot) - SOLD LOCALLY
2. Seagate Barracuda ST336938LW 36GB (Ami: 20MB/s, PC: 25MB/s, VERY QUIET, COLD) - SOLD LOCALLY
3. IBM DPSS-318350 18GB (Ami: 28MB/s, PC: 31MB/s, loud, COLD) - €35
4. IBM DNES-318350 18GB (Ami: 20MB/s, PC: 21MB/s, very loud, COLD) - €30
5. IBM DDRS-39130 9GB S (Ami:12MB/s, PC: 13MB/s, a little loud, hot) - €20
6. IBM DDRS-39130 9GB HG (Ami:12MB/s, PC: 13MB/s, very loud, COLD) - €20

for HDD + 68-pin cable + 68-pin terminator + 68-pin to 50-pin adaptor so you can use it on 68-pin or 50-pin SCSI controllers.

Payment by PayPal as gift or buyer pays the fee + shipping cost.
 
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Offer modified - now includes cable, terminator and 68/50 pin adaptor.
I've got 3 sets of cable+terminator+adaptor, so the last drive will be without it and I will reduce the price.
 
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