S ATA

  CNP Ltd 13:35 01 Mar 04
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What is the difference between IDE and S ATA, i know S ATA is better but how is it better.

Chris

  Jester2K 13:38 01 Mar 04

IDE goes up to 133 mbps (megabits per second) and SATA (currently) runs at 150 mbps but much higher speeds are planned.

As PCA said a couple of months ago not many appliations push the ATA 100 limit so theres not much to be gained from SATA.

  Jester2K 13:39 01 Mar 04

I also understand thats the reason Seagate never developed any ATA 133 drives...

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