I found an old IBM made SCSI controller type 5702 (PN 97P3359) in the "stuff stored just in case instead of throwing it away" storage.
I happen to need connecting an Ultra320 SCSI disk and make backup of its data, I'm not going to use it in the long run and so I don't care about performance, etc. If this just happens to work to allow me to make backup, so much the better that I don't need to get out and buy something else.
The problem is IBM has some docs about this controller in context of what can be used on Power systems.
Obviously I need to plug this controller into PC. This controller does have PCI-X interface, so I figured maybe it's compatible? Obviously the question is can I plug that in and have this thing working instead of burning.
I'd rather not test this empirically, so I ask here before using it.