Subject: Re: scsi card
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Dustin Sallings <email@example.com>
Date: 04/20/1996 17:35:26
On Sat, 20 Apr 1996, Michael L. VanLoon -- HeadCandy.com wrote:
// You should ALWAYS try to get a card for a 32-bit bus (PCI, EISA, VLB)
// before settling for an ISA card. The performance will be much
// improved, and there is no problem with using any amount of memory you
No doubt there, but I only have an ISA bus in the machine I want
// Once again, BusLogic is the best alternative to Adaptec. Both
// BusLogic and Adaptec make PCI, EISA, and VLB SCSI controllers.
// Anything that is compatible with these two would be OK, too, as long
// as it supports the 32-bit busses, but you should be very careful.
I don't like the word compatible when it comes to hardware (unless
it's IBM compatible as opposed to IBM). I'm really just needing ISA on
this machine, though (PCI is later).
The Unix/UUCP/Usenet and anything else that starts with a 'U' guy.
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