SIIG card - anyone try using this?


macrumors regular
Original poster
Jan 26, 2002
Maine, USA
Well, I bought the card for a total price of less than $45 and decided to hope for the best. Worst case scenario was it would become a birthday present to one of my PC/Linux friends. The card arrived yesterday and I dropped it in the Quicksilver. I connected a couple of USB devices and booted up. The OS alerted me that a new network port was available so the 10/100 was working. Print Center saw the USB printer so the USB was working too. I didn't check the FireWire port but I imagine it's there too. I will post more info of usage if necessary.


Moderator emeritus
Jun 25, 2002
Gone but not forgotten.
Sounds good to me. I've been happy with the quality of my UltraATA/100/133 card from the same company.

I need another USB 2.0 card or some sort of powered super hub. My 4 ports on my Adaptec card aren't enough.


macrumors 65816
Jul 10, 2003
i'm using their 4-port internal SATA card. works fine in slot 4 of my PM 2.0. using the G5 bracket, i now have two more 250GB drives inside my PM and have a three drive RAID in addition to the stock boot 160 GB drive. no problems, except that i haven't been able to use the card in slots 2/3, but i think that's a problem with the G5 and not a card incompatibility problem.
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