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Can you visually tell the difference between a SCSI U160 and U320?

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Hi guys, fairly simple question. By looking at the back of a machine with a SCSI adapter fitted, can you tell whether it's an ultra160 or ultra320?
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No.  The cabling is the same, and either the target or initiator (controller) can make speed go between U320 & U160 at any time. You can only tell with some specialized software.
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I thought as much. Thanks for clearing it up.
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