MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI

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MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI

MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI
Long ago, I’d had one of those 3U Kingston 4-bay 19 rack enclosures (2 still listed, I actually have three, or four, all mint) that still had four frames/DE100i-CSW/B black 68-pin carriers and four hard drives in them, I didn’t note the model number, something premium I knew, and it was sealed in an airtight shock rack somewhere, I thought I knew where it was but hard to get to, too much stuff to move. And still looked for that rack again and again. But just last month, I opened a rack not opened but for a minute in 2015, and saw an identical setup in there. Then I remembered that there were two, not one, loaded racks with drives, and not stashed in the same place. And sometime I did get in there and pull a drive out for someone who needed one quickly. The WHOLE setup is absolutely mint and incredibly low hours with NO hours in 17+ years because I forgot I had it. You can see the carriers in my other listings, while they last. And the 3U Kingston 4-bay 19 rack enclosure as well. So these are not only mint, but they are tested good here TODAY. These were used to store Pro Tools audio files and all the files on them (TV shows) were dated late 2003 and early 2004. They were powered off in early-mid 2004 when the room was closed, and never turned on again or even exposed to air until now in 2021. These are truly exceptional nearly unused drives. The hard drive for sale in this listing is model number Seagate ST336752LW. It is a RARE 36gb 15,000 RPM drive with the 68-pin Ultra 160 SCSI interface. This is in truly excellent, in perfect condition. Very, very quiet operation. My testing procedure today for all three of these drives: Six hours spent setting up a test and getting it done. I needed to make sure they were still working perfectly and to delete the client material. My work is all 80s gear, nothing newer than 50-pin SCSI, the only thing I have already set up here that can possibly interface to a 36gb 68-pin SCSI drive is a PowerMac 7200, but it only has the crap Mac DB-25 “SCSI”, so it took a LOT of adapting. I used SIX pieces I found here in two hours of searching to connect that DB-25 to Centronics 50, then from that Centronics 50 to dual row 50, then from that dual row 50 to 68-pin mini-Centronics female, then a short 68-pin mini-Centronics male to 68-pin mini-Centronics male to flip that gender, then connect to the 68-pin mini-Centronics female on the back of the Kingston 4-bay SCSI rack, then putting a 68-pin mini-Centronics active SCSI terminator on there. I was able to see the drives again, as you can see in the attached screenshots of Apple drive setup, Apple System Profiler (OS 8.5), and in Adaptec SCSI Probe, then format the drives for Mac OS 8.5 and show the resulting 34.1gb formatted space available. You can also see the photo of the 125 pounds of gear I used to do this. But I do this for my clients to ensure that everything is proper. These drives are perfect, tested today. I also pack them very well padded against shocks in transit. I have many wide SCSI drives, frames, carriers, racks, and enclosures to sell here (at the end of the photos for this listing, you can see a few photos of just a tiny percentage of the Kingston SCSI hardware I have, most of which will be listed for sale as time permits, if there is enough interest in it). My company (Synhouse Multimedia Corporation) has received hundreds of wide SCSI drives from studios, but has almost no use for wide drives (except just a few in use in the Macintosh computers and some newer items here at Synhouse). The photo(s) show the total quantity available of this exact part number when I started this listing. The price showing is per each. Please see my other SCSI listings. If you need more, and aren’t super picky on the part numbers, tell me, I have at least several more in my warehouse that just need to be removed from the enclosures or racks (of which I have at least 20 to sell, singles, doubles, quads, desktops, racks, all of it). I not only bought out countless studios, but I also bought out a big time guy from Kingston, so I have loads and loads of Data Express parts, screws, standoffs, keys, wires, instructions, etc.. It was during the financial crisis and I scored. If they are new, then they also will usually have the accessory package included. This item is in the category “Computers/Tablets & Networking\Drives, Storage & Blank Media\Hard Drives (HDD, SSD & NAS)\Internal Hard Disk Drives”. The seller is “synhouse” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, France, Australia, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Brand: Seagate
  • Type: Internal Desktop Drive
  • Model: ST336752LW
  • MPN: ST336752LW
  • Storage Capacity: 36 GB
  • Interface: Ultra-160 SCSI
  • Product Line: Cheetah
  • Rotation Speed: 15000 RPM

MINT! UNUSED 17 years Seagate ST336752LW 36gb 15,000 RPM Ultra160 68-pin SCSI