Ok, here's a historical challenge. I have saved for hysterical reasons my still working original IBM PC from 1982. Recently installed with an old 8 bit vga card and color VGA, screen output is now fast and smooth. Now I'd like to replace the old MFM hard drive with something much faster, just to show how snappy an old 8088 can really be!
So what are my options for hard drive replacement and controller cards (remember, only an 8 bit bus)?
Best useable response gets an "A". Who's up for a trip down memory lane!
There are 8-bit IDE and SCSI adapters. Not sure the parformance will be stellar :-) but try these links:
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