New Old Stock SCSI Tower, no maker/model.
250W power supply, well over 8 standard power connectors, including one smaller (Zip) size and 2 standard size wired for 12V only.
2 cooling fans + the one in the power supply.
Includes all internal wiring for standard 50-pin narrow SCSI (same as used internally by Apple in the Beige era):
There is a green Power LED next to the row of 8 “busy” LEDs on the front panel. Each of the 8 5.25" half-height drive bays has its own removable front bezel: 4 ventilated, 4 solid. 5.25" optical drives appear as though they’ll bolt right in with no bracket needed (did a trial fit but did not remove the front bezel to actually screw it in—trying to keep it brand new).
Power supply has been tested (November 2014) with a full load of 8 SCSI hard drives: works great.
I don’t even remember where i got this, nor when, other than it was back when i was still using SCSI heavily and daily. Those days are over for me, so i’d like someone to be able to put this to use. Perfect for the hardcore Beige-era Vintage Maccer to use to bolt in seven 9.1 GB native 50-pin SCSI drives for a whopping approximately 63 GB of native non-adapted 50-pin SCSI goodness!