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> So.... is Firewire considered disk, or networking?
post Feb 19 2009, 02:16 AM
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Or what about Fiberchannel?

Eh? Eh?

/me ducks and hides.

Seriously though, there are enough firewire cards and chips out there and PCI, PCIe firewire and firewire/usb/other combo cards..... it would be good to have a dedicated spot for firewire chipset info, what works, what doesn't, what device ID's, etc.....

Most people may not use firewire, but it can be quite useful as a 2nd quick network between two machines, or for drives at non-horrendous USB speed (or firewire800 for nearly Esata speed without worry about Jmicron junk)

This post has been edited by vladthebad: Feb 19 2009, 02:20 AM
post Mar 20 2009, 12:02 AM
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I consider it a Video port tongue.gif
The most unuseful signature, erver.

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