SCSI Drives - Small Computer System Interface
Pronounced "scuzzy". An interface standard for connecting peripheral devices to computers. SCSI Drives are usually much more efficient and are able to spin faster than IDE drives. Hardware components for implementing a SCSI interface include connector ports on computers and cables for connecting peripheral devices to the computer. SCSI is gradually being supplanted by the newer USB standard.
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