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Whilst the increased Mhz, improved bus and dual ported RAM surely could be of benefit to RISC OS systems, it sounds like RAID-6 acceleration will be of little relevance.

I wonder why Intel have chosen their ARM processors to become disc controllers. Have they been used for this sort of application in the past?

 is a RISC OS Userflypig on 22/3/05 2:14PM
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