On Wed, 2 May 2001, Bryan Pope wrote: > True. But you will need the extra space for larger files needed by the new > 64. Not from bloated programs but from 16 bit 1024x768 pix. And from MP3s. > (The guy who made the IDE64 is working on an addon that will allow you to > play MP3s. Plus when the J-ster brings out the J-board somebody is gonna > make a MP3 player for the SID chip.) > > OTOH, how many pix and MP3s do you really need? y I do, definately, see your point. ;) After looking at our archive (a 20gig partition), half full, most of which consists of compressed audio (mpeg3, vorbis) and desktop graphics at 1280x1024, I imagine it would be quite possible to fill 'er up ;) IDE64's limited to the ATA-2 spec, right? (8.4gig IIRC) Let's go beyond that with the next interface, be it IDE, scsi, usb, whatever. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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