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hey everyone, i'm just lookin for a serial ata pci controller card for my powermac g4. i don't really know where to look, and is going crazy right now. any thoughts?
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Here is a short list of the cards I found that will work in a B&W PowerMac.
Firmtek Seritek IS2/Sonnet Tempo SATA/Sonnet Tempo-X SATA 4+4/
Acard AEC-6290M/Acard AEC-6890M. If you Google for these you can find the information you need as far as the prices and such go. Good Luck in your quest. Mackin
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