On 7/2/05, James Broadhead <broadhed at netsoc.tcd.ie> wrote:
> Maplin are selling a great one for 30 quid - it comes with two ports on
> the back, and three that you can stick in a 3 1/2 inch bay on the front.
> Afaik, there's one left in the shop on Jervis St. It's compatible, and
> uses the (an?) NEC chip. In case you go looking, it's in an orange box,
> an is vaguely unbranded. Sorry, can't help you more!
Yes the NEC chips just work fine, i've bought a few branded cards all
with a nec controller and just work nicely. I'd be interested to hear
from the via controller since i've seen them in maplins too and was
wondering about their compatibility.
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