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Re: Why SCSI?

One of my reasons is that it was quite expensive back in the days and not everyone could afford it, so for me it is all about having something I didn't back in the 90s. Extra benefits of increased speed and lower CPU load is great. SCSI controllers often allow bigger sized harddrives compared to …


I read that many of you guys use SCSI in their 386's, 486's. But why? Is there such a big difference between regular IDE and SCSI? Some claim that it doesn't free up so much CPU, and that they are actually quite noisy. So, what is the main advantage to SCSI over IDE?

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