On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Rick Moen wrote:
> Either of those situations sounds depressing to me. Me, I just use
> SCSI. Seriously.
not to detract from SCSI, but it too is a shared bus, just like IDE.
Now with SCSI you wouldn't be too uncomfortable sticking the CDRW on
the same bus as the disk. So what's the problem with IDE?
esp. as i always keep hearing from people that IDE is just as fast as
so what is the exact problem with IDE?
Me, I just use NFS over 100BaseT... :)
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