4D product information for
Awesome/Blitz/ARCIN32 IDE (IDEFS) Interface (S/H)
- Product Title: Awesome/Blitz/ARCIN32 IDE (IDEFS) Interface (S/H)
- Manufacturer/Publisher: MicroDigital/APDL
- Stock Code: VAR-AWE-SH
- QuickCode: 16327
- Format: RISC OS Hardware
- Product Group: IDE / ST506 / Floppy Interfaces
- Condition: Refurbished
- Availability: Usually available from stock
The APDL Blitz IDE interface is the fastest thing you can put in your machine. Lightning fast, nearly 7 Mb/sec (A drive has been tested at a read speed of 8.2 Mb/sec and write speed of 7.3 Mb/sec).
Blitz works on any RiscPC or A7000 with a backplane. It has all the features of the highly acclaimed ARCIN interface but it's 32 bit so it's capable of much higher speeds. Now you can fit low cost EIDE drives and get superior speed to a 'fast' SCSI setup costing much more.
Although the Blitz is fastest with DMA it's capable of higher speeds than any other interface without it, too. In fact, it's faster without DMA, 4.2 to 4.4 Mb/sec, than some 'fast' SCSI interfaces with DMA. This makes it the ideal companion for a machine fitted with a Kinetic, which disables DMA.
n.b. Later cards from APDL are marked 32bit DMA EIDE Hard Drive Interfaces (ARCIN32)
- Price: £70.00 no VAT to pay!
- Free UK delivery on orders of £10 or more! (exceptions apply)
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Most orders of less than £10 will incur a £3 delivery charge.
Items on special offer are while stocks last and may be time limited.
Items marked S/H are secondhand and have a 3 month warranty
UK delivery included on orders of £10 or more (exceptions apply), please ask for overseas delivery cost.
Please check for compatibility. Official orders welcome. E&OE
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Last updated: Sat, 07 Dec 2013