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Old 16th April 2005, 07:49   #1
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Default Western Digital WD3200 320GB PATA HDD

PATA is still considered by many as the HDD standard of choice - IDE cables are not ideal, but when using specialized rounded cables, they become far less of a problem air flow wise and actually aren't too bad in comparison to SATA cables. The HDD makers are aware that not everyone has bought into the rather slow moving SATA market so you'll still find high end HDD's featured on the PATA standard - which is exactly what we have in review today, the high end Western Digital WD3200 320GB PATA HDD. While it is currently Western Digital's leader in PATA capacity, does it have anything to offer beyond the storage space?

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