33299Re: [midatlanticretro] Solid state replacements for SCSI drives
- Nov 24, 2013On Sun, Nov 24, 2013 at 3:41 PM, Brian Schenkenberger, VAXman- <VAXman@...> wrote:Matt Patoray <mspproductions@...> writes:>I know there are PnP replacements for standard IDE/PATA drives, in the Disk=
> On Modules that can be purchased on eBay in both 40 pin standard and 44 pi=
>n laptop versions.
>Is there anything like that for SCSI drives? I am thinking of all the Mac, =
>Amiga, Sun and DEC gear out there that used standard 50 pin narrow SCSI dri=
>I know that this is a bit off topic in the strict sense of the list but, it=
> is going to be MUCH easer to restore the electronic portions of these comp=
>uters then keep these mechanical time bombs running...
>>Any ideas would be great.http://nemonix.com/pdfs/NxDatasheet_NXRZ-FL.pdf
And also devices like http://www.acard.com/english/fb01-product.jsp?idno_no=239&prod_no=ARS-2320&type1_idno=6&ino=43 from Acard. I have one of the Ultra160 adapters, and it makes my SGI Fuel _really_ fly, when combined with a SATA-2 SSD.- Alex
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