Re: SUMMARY: 1.05GB disk in IPC

From: Michael C. Loewen (
Date: Wed Aug 17 1994 - 18:30:16 CDT

In article <> (Chris Shenton) writes:
>On 16 Aug 1994 19:10:26 GMT, (Wolfram Schmidt) said:
>Wolfram> For people responed stating that there should be no problem,
>Wolfram> they are running these disks in IPCs themselves, etc.
>But what *were* those drives? I've heard some of the large-capacity
>drives targetted at the PC user market generate a lot of heat.
>I'd be interested in knowing which brands/models you've heard good
>things about. I'd also like to know which drive will fry my IPX! :-)

   I had a Seagate ST11200N (1.05Gb) running in an IPC for 6 months, with
no apparent problems. The ST11200N is rated at 11 Watts, and doesn't run
overly warm. This is the same drive that Sun was putting in their desktop
storage units.

Mike Loewen                         The Centre Programmers Unit BBS         (814) 353-0566     V.32bis/HST

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