Rbreb13 Posted March 7, 2003 Report Share Posted March 7, 2003 I have heard a lot of hype about how much performance serial ATA was suppose to give you and I have been a little skeptical. Is it not true that an ATA-133 Drive is suppose to move 133Mb/sec, well it's more like 80Mb/sec because physically the heads cannot pull that much data off the platters so my way of thinking is why another controller upgrade? Why don't we start working on making solid state drives a reality instead? I had to be optimistic about this and see if adapting an old ATA-133 hard drive to a serial ATA controller would gain any performance. http://www.cybercpu.net/review/sata/ Short version: Almost no difference! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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