Indivision MK3 & Elbox FastATA 1200 MK-V CF/SATA

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  • I've searched everywhere for something on this Subject and can't find a sausage....


    Can anyone confirm both these parts are possible together in a Desktop 1200 configuration?


    A while back now, I'm sure I read the MK2 didn't & I can't find reference to this either. :/


    Thanks.

  • Nope, won’t fit without some kind of upwards angle adapter on the ROM slots. Such adapters exist or maybe make ond yourself. But instead I sold my fastata and ordered a 4-way IDE controller + gayle adapter from another store. If it ever arrives and I remember this thread, I will let you know if that fits and works.

  • Nope, won’t fit without some kind of upwards angle adapter on the ROM slots. Such adapters exist or maybe make ond yourself. But instead I sold my fastata and ordered a 4-way IDE controller + gayle adapter from another store. If it ever arrives and I remember this thread, I will let you know if that fits and works.

    I Got FastATA with 4way IDE & it's slower than just using the DKB Mongoose in the System. With the DKB in situ, the 4-way Fast ATA combo sucks cos it wont work without the Fast ATA Disabled.


    So hoping the Elbox FastATA will do a better job.


    RE FastATA + Indivision Mk3, something like this would be ok, yeah?


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    Just wanna make sure that with Elbox FastATA fitted, I could still use an Indivision.


    *edit*


    According to Amigakit, it does. - Thanks. :thumbup:

  • I have combined both the MK3 and FastATA together on one board but I had to remove the Rom sockets and replace them with long pinned wire wrap sockets which allow the FastATA board to rise over the MK3. This will also work with a Mediator but can be a tight fit and you can't easily attach a CD-Rom drive to the FastATA board without removing the IDE port and replacing it with something angled.