On Mon, Nov 3, 2014 at 12:53 PM, Per Olofsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > On Sun, Nov 2, 2014, at 11:16 PM, Justin wrote: >> Has anyone seen a decent solution for a solid state replacement? I’m >> thinking I’d like to do this for some of my Amiga and Mac systems where >> the drives are ancient and noisy as hell. I can’t tell anymore whether >> they were always this loud or if they’re dying… > > In my A4000 I have an Acard AEC-7720U SCSI-IDE bridge and an 8 GB > CompactFlash card. I've used it both with a CyberSCSI Mk-II and a > Fastlane Z3, both giving me about 7 MB/s at nearly no CPU load. > http://www.acard.com/english/fb01-product.jsp?idno_no=23&prod_no=AEC-7720U&type1_idno=2&ino=43 > > There are also a few interesting solutions from Artmix, but all the > information is in Japanese: http://www.artmix.com/j_home.html I had this discussion in another forum a month ago, and discovered that artmix has an eBay shop for English speaking customers: http://www.ebay.com/usr/artmix Some mac enthusiast has been collecting this on a wiki page that was useful when I did my research: http://wiki.68kmla.org/SCSI_hard_disk_replacement_options#IDE_and_Flash The person who wanted the adapter for his 50p SCSI on an old DEC ended up buying the AztecMonster II SCSI->SATA-converter. Haven't gotten a report on how well it works yet. Regards, -- Peter Bortas Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-11-03 14:00:03
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