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Is SCSI ultra 160 compatible with ultra 320?

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Hello, can anyone help - i have old server where I need to replace drives.

The old drives are Ultra 320, and I can get U160. - Are u160 compatible with u320 (flat cable)?


Thanks.


*The server is IBM x226 with HostRAID controller.
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Yes. (So are the terminators as well).  Just make sure the controller isn't configured to force U320 speeds.  There is typically an "auto" speed which will negotiate the highest common denominator.
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