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Old 29th August 2004, 16:37   #1
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The Serial ATA (SATA) interface has been with us for some time now and none the more so than in the motherboard and hard disk industries. When the word SATA is mentioned, the first thing to pop into the minds of most people would most probably be a hard disk drive. This isn't surprising at all, given the fact that hard disk drives are the most common and closely associated peripheral of this interface. The most advantageous parameter of the SATA over the older parallel interface is an increased bandwidth. In its current form, the parallel interface (PATA) maxes out at 133MB/s, while SATA sits at a higher throughput of 150MB/s.
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