FS: GGLabs Apple II SCSI Card, w/free BlueSCSI

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FS: GGLabs Apple II SCSI Card, w/free BlueSCSI

I have a new/unused/extra GGLabs SCSI card I had stashed. I've accepted I'm not going to use this spare so I'd like to move it along to someone else. Includes the dsub cable, and a tested DB25 BlueSCSI (No SD card, but I can send you a couple of image files if you need them).

These are listed on Tindie for $149 (but have ben sold out since May) so I'll ask the same, and ask $5 for postage. I'll pack it well, and cover any overage if it's more than that.

So $154 shipped all together in the US. I would also honor $149 plus real international shipping, but expect that quote to begin around $18 USD(!).

 

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Still have this and it needs

Still have this and it needs to go! Last person ghosted after a PM a while ago.

 

I'll offer it for $140 shipped USA, still with the free BlueSCSI, and if there are any other Apple II cards you're after let me know, maybe I can throw something fun in ;) 

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That is a nice setup and a

That is a nice setup and a good deal.  If I was in a better spot money wise I'd be tempted.

 

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This has been claimed. 

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The new 0wner of this card

The new 0wner of this card initially could not get it working in a IIe.

 

I had tested it in a IIgs, and it worked, and thankfully I kept an identical card from my same order from GGLabs. After some back and forth and troubleshooting, GGLabs had me look at the IC at U4 to ensure it was an LS245 and not another faster series. Changing it made no difference, so I ended up fixing the card for IIe by removing the 74ACT08 at U12. Putting a regular 74LS08 in that location sorts it in my IIe. Hopefully leaving this info here will help somebody in the future. 

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