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Old 23 November 2011, 04:04   #1
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AM33c93A

http://a4000t.com/store/index.php?ma...roducts_id=210

Anyone use this as a replacement in there 3000? If so did it work the same as the WD33C93A-PL 00-08? I am thinking of updating the proto 04 version. Any problems?


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Old 23 November 2011, 04:28   #2
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http://a4000t.com/store/index.php?ma...roducts_id=210

Anyone use this as a replacement in there 3000? If so did it work the same as the WD33C93A-PL 00-08? I am thinking of updating the proto 04 version. Any problems?


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I use them in my A3000's 3000t's ,A2091 and A590's (i sell those btw).. they are a exact replacement for the wd33c93a rev 08.
they fix all the SCSI bugs in the earlier WD / Protos.


i actually have used them since the 90's.

I use everything on the site personally in my own amiga's.

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