The card is a Fast-SCSI (SCSI-II) type that uses the 32 bit PCI bus. It has the SCSI II connector (HD50) on the faceplate and the usual 50 pin internal connector. This card has the internal BIOS that allows you to use it as a bootable device. It is a caching controller and has a 72 pin SIMM socket where up to 64 Mb of standard RAM can be installed for cache memory.
The floppy I zipped this off of lists:
MS-Dos Driver & Utilities
Windows/WFW 3.1x FastDisk Driver
Netware 3.1x/4.1x Drivers
Windows NT 3.1/3.5 Drivers
Windows 95 Driver (BETA)
I have tested the Windows 95 drivers with 98SE and I know they work.
Should also work on Windows ME.
Not too sure if they will work on Windows NT 4.0.