nativ wrote:Floppy support - In the longer term wouldn't supporting 1.44 for Mega STe and TOS 2.06 enabled machines also be of benefit?
nativ wrote:Scsi support, yes faster is better, how does this compare ? max CoSCSIex speed , Falcon SCSI speed, Falcon IDE speed?
nativ wrote:might be niche ASCI support on the Falcon! Yeah can I plug my ST HD into it?
nativ wrote:Can the standard cosmosEx and this Falcon CosmosEx be linked together for an superduperfast network?
AdamK wrote:"I'd like it to be fast enough for TT&Falcon but I will buy it anyway".
AdamK wrote:Will SCSI CosmosEx useable with ST (and ACSI bus?)
qq1975b wrote:An SCSI version would be awesome but maybe it would be helpful too to know price target.
I mean if the plain version is released would it have similar price as the ST version?
qq1975b wrote:Mega STe and 2.06 TOS users won't benefit of the 1.44MB update because the improvement would be on the SCSI version, right?
GhstWlf wrote:My personal use of the SCSI version would be for my Macs or Alpha server and not Ataris.
evil wrote:The poll really need a comment field as well.
evil wrote:For example, I'd like to buy this device for the Falcon, if it works with 68060
Jookie wrote:This page: http://www.atari-wiki.com/?title=ACSI,_SCSI_and_IDE
...says that SCSI on Falcon does up to 2 MB/s, and on TT up to 4 MB/s. So the current 1.2 MB/s is a half / quarter from their maximum, which might be a no-buy flag for some people.
Jookie wrote:Now fixing / improving of the driver for 68060 would require a dedicated 68030 / 68060 developer - I don't even have a TT or Falcon, so I would definitely need more help on this one
Frank B wrote:Jookie if the new device works via SCSI perhaps Amiga retro people may be interested too.
Eero Tamminen wrote:You might consider using an emulator. Latest Hatari emulator Mercurial repo has additional support (compared to v1.8 release) for 060, MMU and TT-RAM. Its ACSI and IDE support is enough to do also some HD driver development. SCSI support is still missing though.
alexh wrote:If you did an equivalent of an Ultrasatan for SCSI (SCSI -> IDE block level bridge) you'd be able to sell to the TT, Falcon, Amiga and Mac markets.
You could contact Acard and see if you could buy some ARC760-B silicon? Maybe combine it with an fc1306t and then it would just be a PCB design project.
Or a small FPGA?
Could you over clock the Cosmo's Pi to give extra performance? Lots of kodi (xbmc) users over clock their Pi's
alexh wrote:Could you over clock the Cosmo's Pi to give extra performance? Lots of kodi (xbmc) users over clock their Pi's
nativ wrote:How would using a device like this on the Falcons IDE bus compare?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/All-in-1-Card ... 1533944554
nativ wrote:Are we looking to reinvent the wheel? There is already GIGAfile ASCI > SD & SCSI >SD . they also make adaptor boards.
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