ULTRA ATA 133 PCI DRIVER FOR WINDOWS 7
I have a mhtz G3 at work with a full scsi UW system, and it walks all over my home machine, especially with Panther. What does Xbench say? The Sonnet ones work as IDE. Sun Nov 09, 4: Mon Nov 10, 4: There are only a handful two or three, I think of reference designs floating around, the Acard and Sonnet designs jump to mind. Works well for large drives though.
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It may work with a newer computer. Thanks again [This message was edited by JeffX on November 09, at I have them just sitting around here. You may have better ultra ata 133 pci checking out xlr8yourmac. I have a dual  QS G4.
Is there a good ATA controller out there? Put the 60gb Maxtor on the stock bus, ultra ata 133 pci it Mon Nov 10, 1: Mon Nov 10, 4: Everything I needed came either ulta with the card or the drive I have a Quicksiver G4. Also, any brand suggestions would be appreciated.
I have a mhtz G3 at work with a full scsi UW system, and it walks all over my home machine, especially with Panther. Still cheaper than a GB FW drive, especially 6 months ago.
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If you’re getting a lot of soft errors that could explain the “slow” drive access. Erik [This message was edited by kennedye on November 09, at Sun Nov 09, 6: