SCSI to PCI adapter is what you use to put a SCSI hard drive into a PCI computer.Marco Koeller wrote:On my research for Samplers with internal harddisks, i found a thread where a user mentioned a SCSI-to-PCI adapter. Dont know, if such a thing exists, but if, it could be another possibility to mount younger harddisks than the SCSI ones.
My first PCs had SCSI drives, so i remember they were pretty loud and noisy back in that time. The Quantum HD which is mounted inside my ESI-4000 doesnt amke any noise, by suprise
There are PATA and SATA to SCSI adapters, but they cost a bundle.