MarvintheAndroid 23:55 17 Aug 08

Am I correct in believing that SATA 300 drives will work with SATA 150 controllers, but I would only get up to 150 speed ? SATA 300 drives are much cheaper and more readily available.


  GaT7 00:05 18 Aug 08

Yes, that's right - in certain instances you may have to set a jumper on the back of the drive so your motherboard recognises it. They say the speed difference is negligible.

I'm using couple of 250Gb SATAII drives with a SATAI motherboard(s) (two PCs) with no problems. I think one needed to be jumpered while the other was fine. G

  MarvintheAndroid 00:32 18 Aug 08


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