SCSI to IDE G4 450 Sawtooth



I just purchaed a 450 G4 sawtooth agp powermac with has scsi from the factory with a 20 GB SCSI hard disk. Is it the old style 50 pin disk or is it the 68 pin disk like I use to use in pc's? I believe the board is the same as the normal ide connected boards with a scsi pci card. How hard would it to change everything to ide like the normal g4 models? Can scsi and ide reside together with panther booting on the scsi drive? New to the G4 world, thanks for you help. :confused:

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