From: Douglas Quebbeman <dhquebbeman_at_theestopinalgroup.com>
Date: Fri Oct 26 10:12:57 2001

> The AHA2842 is a narrow-SCSI card, though it's possibly the best ADAPTEC
> produced. I've been using them for years without a hitch, while their newer
> cards, (2940, 3940, 3985, etc) seem to bring with them both a short life and
> lots of compatibility issues.
> Unfortunately, the VLB is alread a "classic" feature, having been "dead" now
> over a decade.

While I'm sure they exist (i.e. EISA ones), I don't have any 486 motherboards
that aren't VLB boards, the most recent of which was bought new in 1994.

Still, while not-quite-classic, VLB sure isn't leading the industry...

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