I wonder why many business machines such as servers and process computer (I work in one power plant) use SCSI disks? I noticed that practically all computers that do a lot of processing use SCSI disks. These computers are rather old (4 years and older). Maybe today, situation is changed, maybe SATA disks replaced SCSI disks. Do you knoe more about this?
Is it possible to buy today's hard disk (SCSI) that will work on older Pentimu III motherboard? Is there any way I could know it in advance before actual buying it?