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SATA/150 vs. ATA/133


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Whats the difference? Which is better? Which is faster?
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Here is a good link for information on SATA, a tutorial
http://www.omnicast....build/SATA.html

sata standards
http://www.hardforum...ad.php?t=921565

more sata
http://www.hardforum...threadid=742083
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Unless you're running a pretty radical RAID array, you'll never notice the difference. Modern hard drives don't come close to saturating the data channel.
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thnx
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But SATA is the format of the future. Therefore ATA100/133 is considered a legacy option just like the floppy disk drive. They won't disappear from motherboads of the future just yet.
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