Is that assembled, or just for the PCB? hopefully the latterI did a cost estimate and it would come out to around $35+s/h per so for each board, perhaps cheaper if I can find a good supplier.
Going to try and post more stuff soon.
I personally wouldn't even have bothered supporting the zero, considering how slow it should be
1MiB/sec was measured off a Pi3, and GPIO speeds are bound to the cpu speed
Since RaSCSI controls the SCSI signal using GPIO, it is necessary to use it with low latency as much as possible. Therefore we recommend using it in CUI mode. Please stop unnecessary service as much as possible.
Granted that's toggling a single pin and doing nothing else, but that seems promising.Raspberry Pi 1 22.7Mhz, Pi 2 41.7Mhz, Pi 3 65.8 Mhz.