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Buzzfuzz
6th February 2011, 15:31
I know it's a long shot, but I'll try anyway :help:
I'm looking for a Cyberstorm MK III 060 with 128MB ram.

Reason is that when I have this I can trade it up for a Cyberstorm PPC.

Buzzfuzz
2nd March 2011, 23:26
Still looking, but not for long.

Buzzfuzz
23rd March 2011, 19:17
Last bump, I could use one for my A3000T, the Cyberstorm PPC is a lost cause I think, but I will pm once again.

fitzsteve
23rd March 2011, 19:23
Did you see this:

http://amibay.com/showthread.php?t=14232&page=2

Its on ebay now, but maybe he will still sell to you via Amibay?

All the best.

Steve.

Buzzfuzz
23rd March 2011, 20:43
Did you see this:

http://amibay.com/showthread.php?t=14232&page=2

Its on ebay now, but maybe he will still sell to you via Amibay?

All the best.

Steve.

I'm not going to buy trough evilbay, but I will give it a pm.

Buzzfuzz
31st March 2011, 18:47
Also accepting CS MK II, scsi is no must as I can use the onboard SCSI in the 3000T, but a plus if it comes with it.

Can a moderator also change the title to Cyberstorm MK II/III ?
Thanks in advance ;)

amigafan
31st March 2011, 19:51
If you are looking for CSMKII one is here
http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=8588

bebek
31st March 2011, 22:29
PM sent

Kin Hell
31st March 2011, 23:26
Also accepting CS MK II, scsi is no must as I can use the onboard SCSI in the 3000T, but a plus if it comes with it.

Can a moderator also change the title to Cyberstorm MK II/III ?
Thanks in advance ;)

The Plus is:

An Accelerator on-board SCSI does not have to wait for the Mobo SCSI Wait-States, especially with on-board RAM, making it fractionally a faster SCSI Experience all together. If you add SCSI III to it with the CSMKIII, you're really kicking some A$$ to boot. ;)

Kin

davideo
31st March 2011, 23:33
Can a moderator also change the title to Cyberstorm MK II/III ?
Thanks in advance ;)

Done :thumbsup:

Dave G :cool:

Buzzfuzz
1st April 2011, 09:09
The Plus is:

An Accelerator on-board SCSI does not have to wait for the Mobo SCSI Wait-States, especially with on-board RAM, making it fractionally a faster SCSI Experience all together. If you add SCSI III to it with the CSMKIII, you're really kicking some A$$ to boot. ;)

Kin

Yep, I already had my Cyberstorm PPC in it and it was blazing fast, even with the onboard scsi and 0MB in the fastram bank.

Buzzfuzz
3rd April 2011, 16:34
@ mods

Can be closed, thanks to Amiga-Digital the card that was in the 3000T is now again in it's home, which is a Cyberstorm MK III :D