SCSI connectivity

From: Jeff Hellige <>
Date: Sun Mar 11 15:05:45 2001

>The classic-cmp question I have is at what point is a machine too slow for
>SCSI, and how do things degrade as a machine gets slower. My Apple IIgs
>doesn't seem to have any problem, but I doubt it can really handle transfers
>at even 1/10 the SCSI-1 rate. But I assume there is a point at which things
>break if bytes don't move fast enough. Anyone know what that point is? I've
>been thinking about sticking an 8 bit SCSI card in my old Epson PC which,
>because of brain damaged bus design can only pull 150 kB/s off of its drives.
>Think it will work?


        Would you happen to have the utilities diskette for the Apple
High-Speed SCSI board for the IIGS?

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