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Ok, I have some hard drives here that I have pulled out from a server.
Although they are used, they are in excellent condition. I have three of them, and a RAID card.

Couple things that I know(HDD):
http://www.iercomputer.com/ic35l036ucdy10-0.html
Model #: IC35L036UCDY10-0
Made by Hitachi
Average Seek Time: 4.7ms
Number of platters: 2
Number of heads: 3
Cache: 8MB
Transfer rate: 320mb/s
Cable type: SCSI Ultra 320

A couple things that I know(RAID Card):
Stats: http://www.scsi4me.com/ibm-serveraid-4lx.html
IBM Page: http://www-304.ibm.com/systems/suppo...cid=MIGR-43785
Drivers:http://www.soft32.com/download_179251.html
Edited by Livinstrong - 12/13/08 at 2:33pm
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~$100-$150 for 3 and card package depending on how nice of raid card
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~$100-$150 for 3 and card package depending on how nice of raid card
Really? A low-end RAID card that supports SCSI is at least $150, let alone a decent one.

OP--can you speculate on how old the drives are?
The hard drives are probably worth $60 each, and the card (depending on the type/quality) might be worth $80-300+.

If you want to sell it quick as a package, I'm sure you could get at least $300 for it if it's a decent RAID card (maybe only $250 if it's a low-end card), and I think that's a bit on the low side.
    
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Really? A low-end RAID card that supports SCSI is at least $150, let alone a decent one.

OP--can you speculate on how old the drives are?
The hard drives are probably worth $60 each, and the card (depending on the type/quality) might be worth $80-300+.

If you want to sell it quick as a package, I'm sure you could get at least $300 for it if it's a decent RAID card (maybe only $250 if it's a low-end card), and I think that's a bit on the low side.
SERIOUSLY? Nice!! Ok, let me find that RAID card...
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SERIOUSLY? Nice!! Ok, let me find that RAID card...
Yes, you could get that much, but of course, only if there are any interested buyers in having that array... So the raid card--is it SCSI, or just a regular old (cheap) SATA or IDE card? Because unless it's SCSI, it's not going to be useful for the sale.
    
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The card is called ServeRAID 4LX
Model number is... IBM06P574
Drivers: http://www.soft32.com/download_179251.html
STATS: http://www.scsi4me.com/ibm-serveraid-4lx.html

Random OEM stores are saying that you could buy it for 80 bucks; this is probably a low-end card.
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ok i would put the card at 75 to 90 shipped for it. hdds would be around 60 each shipped
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The card is called ServeRAID 4LX
Model number is... IBM06P574
Drivers: http://www.soft32.com/download_179251.html
Oh...that's not a great card--probably more like low-mid range, might only get $50 for the card . The downside is that it (a) only supports ultra 160 speeds, and the drives you have are ultra 320. I don't know if there's a hardware conflict that will prevent them from working together, or whether the drives will just be limited to 160 speeds. Also, (b) that RAID card uses a 68-pin connector, and the drives you linked to are 80-pin. I don't know a whole lot about SCSI connectors--whether you can use a simple adapter or not...

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ok i would put the card at 75 to 90 shipped for it. hdds would be around 60 each shipped
I found that card: http://shopping.msn.com/prices/ibm-s...60-scsi-pci-64
Goes for about $50 new... So maybe my assessment of $50 is a bit high...
    
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thats an ultra160 card, probably 40 tops, more if it was a ultra320
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Oh...that's not a great card--probably more like low-mid range, might only get $50 for the card . The downside is that it (a) only supports ultra 160 speeds, and the drives you have are ultra 320. I don't know if there's a hardware conflict that will prevent them from working together, or whether the drives will just be limited to 160 speeds. Also, (b) that RAID card uses a 68-pin connector, and the drives you linked to are 80-pin. I don't know a whole lot about SCSI connectors--whether you can use a simple adapter or not...
yes there are adaptors for them, but its not really worth it int he run it takes to do all the extra work, then again,, its either buy a new card or adaptors as those 2 options are far cheaper than buying 68 pin harddrives
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