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I need to know what scsi card is good for a 68 pin tapedrive

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         I have a 68 pin IBM X-Series tape drive and I need to know whats a good SCSI card for this?
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Check the SCSI symbol on the drive, it tells you what type of SCSI connection it has.
http://www.connectworld.net/cgi-bin/iec/05DTSCSI.html#SCSYM

I would guess it would be a SCSI LVD card such as Adaptec 29160 HBA
http://www.adaptec.com/en-US/products/scsi_cards/entry/ASC-29160/

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