Large Drive support in Cube, older G3/4s!

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by solvs, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. macrumors 603

    solvs

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    For those who need it, there is a program called SpeedTools that can enable larger than 128 GB drives on standard ATA-66/100. OWC has it on sale here, but you have to buy a large drive from them. If I would have known, I'd have gotten that used Cube when I had the chance. Not sure how well it works, but Accelerate You Mac had some info on it. If any one has any experiance with it, please let us know. Thanks.

    (BTW... no, I don't work for either site. It's just a newer version and I've never seen it this cheap.)
     
  2. 7on
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    sounds nifty, though I'd probably would like an ATA card because if I had a drive larger than 128GB on my ATA33 in my B&W, I'd want faster transfre speeds as well.
     
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    solvs

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    I don't actually think it works on ATA/33. This would be more for older iMacs, eMacs, Cubes, etc. where an IDE card isn't an option.
     

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