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Old 21 January 2019, 01:12   #1
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Best way to make use of the Blizzard SCSI module?

Hi,
I’d like to improve drive access of my A1200. The internal IDE port connected to an SD card adaptor gains around 1.7mb/s (interestingly the IDE performance is lower with an 060 accelerator than a 030).
Ideally, I’d like to connect an SD card to the SCSI module and use that instead. Not only will that increase disk throughout but also at lower CPU usage.

I guess, I’ll have to go with a SCSI2SD adaptor.
But which one to get? afaik there’s the v5 module which is supposedly rather slow, but I like the small form factor. The v6 is bigger, but faster.

So, what would be the best way to fully utilize the SCSI module’s performance in an A1200? Are there other alternatives to the aforementioned scsci2sd adaptor boards?
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