Author Topic: Dead men do walk: Sonnet Tempo 133 in Thunderolt-3 on Mojave.  (Read 210 times)

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Dead men do walk: Sonnet Tempo 133 in Thunderolt-3 on Mojave.
« on: January 24, 2020, 03:07:07 PM »
Driver not installed because it wasn't ported *** yet ***
So far, looks good.
This is a completely erased Promise card for Sonnet, labeled as ATA/133.

Good news because finally I do not depend on the MDD where unfleshed UNFLASHED cards do not show up in the PCI or Open Firmware.

(Corrected  - ROFL)
« Last Edit: January 24, 2020, 05:32:29 PM by (S)ATAman »

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Re: Dead men do walk: Sonnet Tempo 133 in Thunderolt-3 on Mojave.
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2020, 05:03:58 PM »
pci to pci-express adapter?
hah that rules

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Re: Dead men do walk: Sonnet Tempo 133 in Thunderolt-3 on Mojave.
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2020, 06:04:29 PM »
pci to pci-express adapter?
hah that rules

Wish the PCI-X to PCIe cards would be common.
Had to get the lesser one because it is quite common for 20-30 Bucks.
The sellers of 3124 cards which were made under "Steelwine" name by SImage or by third-parties as PCIe "bridged" card (PCIe 4x) try to sell that old stuff for more, than an 8 or 16-channel LSI SAS card does cost.

Q: "does your card support Windows 10"
A: "No"
Q: "what is the highest version of MacOS your card does support?"
A: "10.9.8"
Q: "does your card support 64-bit version of Windows?"
A: "No"
Q: "does your card support 6GBit SATA?"
A: "No"

Q: "Than why you sell it for $199.99?"
A: "..."