First post, by NightShadowPT
After many years of placating my nostalgia through the use of DosBox and FPGA solutions, I have finally decided I want to rebuild one of my first computers, a Compaq Deskpro 386DX25, but also want to transform it into the dream machine I could never afford.
With this in mind, I am looking to make a few changes, and from a storage perspective I would like to add a SCSI drive.
I was able to find a NOS Quantum Grand Prix 4301-W (4.3GB with a 68-pin connector), but I am still to procure an adequate SCSI interface card.
Any recommendations? What would be the best/fastest/compatible card I can get for this setup (Compaq Deskpro 386 + Quantum Grand Prix 4301-W).
For those less familiar with the Compaq, it has both ISA and EISA slots.
Compaq Deskpro M 486/66 - 64MB Ram - Compaq QVision 1MB - Orpheus II Sound
Card - 4GB SCSI HDD + 4GB CF Card - SCSI CD-ROM Plextor PX-32TSi - Adaptec WideSCSI AHA-2740W - 3COM Etherlink III Card