Whats a reasonable collection?

From: Bob Shannon <bshannon_at_tiac.net>
Date: Fri Jun 29 20:25:49 2001

I've got EISA SCSI controllers you can have for free...

(And you could not pay me to take a MCA device)

mjsnodgr_at_rockwellcollins.com wrote:

> I've got a MCA SCSI controller that I'm not using. It came to me in a box
> of MCA and EISA stuff and was working when it was pulled from it's machine.
> I was hoping to get an EISA SCSI controller.. Hmmm... if anyone in
> interested in a swap....
> - Micah S.
> mjsnodgr_at_rockwellcollins.com
> SUPRDAVE_at_aol.com_at_classiccmp.org on 06/28/2001 02:49:20 PM
> Please respond to classiccmp_at_classiccmp.org
> Sent by: owner-classiccmp_at_classiccmp.org
> To: classiccmp_at_classiccmp.org
> cc:
> Subject: Re: Whats a reasonable collection?
> In a message dated 6/28/01 1:46:05 PM Central Daylight Time,
> mikeford_at_socal.rr.com writes:
> << >Only thing I don't like is a lack of fast SCSI cards. I have all kinds
> >of good scsi cards for my EISA computer, but not my Microchannel. I
> SCSI MCA cards are so common in the systems I find I don't bother to keep
> them anymore. Want to explain the above so I understand what to look for?
> >>
> there's plenty to choose from, scsi with or without cache, or you can even
> get some of the better scsi controllers out of the 9595 models. I have
> several non IBM MCA SCSI adaptors which Ive installed in some pre-existing
> SCSI-equipped PS2s just so I have a standard external connector to work
> with.
> Those IBM external cables are getting hard to find.
Received on Fri Jun 29 2001 - 20:25:49 BST

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