RE: 3.5 inch drive

Wilson Northrup (wilson_northrup@Merck.Com)
Wed, 6 Nov 1996 07:45:23 -0500

it comes with on board video - too bad the DAC is pathetic.
it comes with on board SCSI - an NCR 810 - that's pretty lame too.

but then... you get what you pay for...

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>From: Adam Forsyth[SMTP:forsyth@millcomm.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 1996 9:49 PM
>To: 'alpha'
>Subject: 3.5 inch drive
>
>I talked to the company that sold me my UDB today(Asking when it would
>come). They tell me that they have a special bracket that will allow me
>to install an internal 3.5 inch Hard Drive rather than a 2.5 inch one.
>The catch is that I will have to forefit the PCI slot to the space the
>larger drive will take up. My Question is does anybody see any drawbacks
>to doing that, or something I would definately need to install in the PCI
>slot(ie a monitor card if it didn't come with a built in monitor port, or
>something like that that I'm overlooking.)
>
>Would it be a SCSI-II Fast or Wide HD that I would need, I don't know
>what the difference is between the two.
>
>
>
>Adam Forsyth
>2441 Hwy 52N Apt 3-201
>Rochester, MN 55901
>507-252-5951
>http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/7979
>
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